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[Letter from Alice McGee to Mary and Charles B. Moore, June 23, 1890]

Description: Letter from Alice McGee to Mary and Charles Moore in which she updates her aunt and uncle on family health and activities. She discussed the warm weather and heavy rain. She writes to Linnet that she visited Hobdy's Institute to see the exhibition. She also said that she thought Linnet's red stripped dress was pretty. She then asked for updates on family and friends from Linnet. At the end of the letter she says that she sent a "piece [of]Grandma's Mother Hubbard."
Date: June 28, 1890
Creator: McGee, Alice
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from Alliert Ainsworth to Henry Clay, Sr., January 28, 1918]

Description: Letter from Alliert Ainsworth to Henry Clay, Sr. regarding the death of her son and the compassion that Henry Clay, Jr. showed their family. She goes on to describe the unfair treatment Washington has given Clay, Jr.'s detachment in England and herself by not clarifying the cause of Harold Ainsworth's death.
Date: January 28, 1918
Creator: Ainsworth, Alliert
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Letter from Alyson Meiselman to Alan Levi, April 28, 2000]

Description: Letter from Alyson Meiselman to Alan Levi discussing the activities of the Texas Human Rights Foundation, including legal issues and confidentiality.
Date: April 28, 2000
Creator: Meiselman, Alyson
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from Amalia Riley to Dr. Joseph Pound, August 28, 1903]

Description: Letter from Amalia Riley to Dr. Joseph Pound concerning recent horse thefts taking place at their home; Amalia and her husband put in a claim as her neighbors had done in order to gain some depredation money. Riley asks Pound for any information he may have about the situation and wishes him well and hopes he and his daughters had a nice time visiting.
Date: August 28, 1903
Creator: Riley, Amalia
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Anthony C. Boatman to Leo Garza, January 28, 1991]

Description: Letter from Anthony C. Boatman to Leo Garza discussing Garza's comic strip and its harmful misinformation about AIDS and homosexuality. The first page contains the comic strip mentioned.
Date: January 28, 1991
Creator: Boatman, Anthony C.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from Barbara Teague to Dr. William McCarter, September 28, 1989]

Description: Photocopy of a letter from Barbara Teague to Dr. William McCarter congratulating him and Jack Davis on receiving the Getty Center for Education in the Arts grant. Teague discusses her new position at the University of Arkansas at Monticello, and how she is introducing students there, and at ETSU, to Discipline Based Art Education. She also includes her involvement int the upcoming National Art Education Association Convention.
Date: September 28, 1989
Creator: Teague, Barbara
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from Beal S. Powell to Lena Lawson, July 28, 1945]

Description: Letter from Beal S. Powell to Lena Lawson, discussing his concern with the prospect of invading Japan. Powell writes that many American soldiers will be killed if this happens. He writes that it is difficult to try to meet some of his friends in different outfits because they are difficult to find.
Date: July 28, 1945
Creator: Powell, Beal S.
Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum

[Letter from Beal S. Powell to Lena Lawson, November 28, 1944]

Description: Letter from Beal S. Powell to Lena Lawson, discusses that he is leaving New Guinea and is not on a fighting ship. Powell is homesick and talks of wanting fresh meat and eggs as opposed to the heavily processed food he has to eat. Powell also shows his discontent for the 4F and wonders if they will be caught.
Date: November 28, 1944
Creator: Powell, Beal S.
Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum

[Letter from Bettie Franklin to Matilda Dodd and Mary Moore, January 28, 1877]

Description: A letter from Bettie Franklin to Matilda Dodd and Mary Moore on January 28, 1876. Mary's mother, Matilda, is visiting her in Texas. In the letter, Bettie talks about the warm and clear weather, as well as the state of the farm and animals. She mentions that there have been several weddings, including that of Laura Wallace and Frank Dorris. In closing, Bettie says that many neighbors' dogs have gone mad - she fears that hers will also go mad. Included with this item is the envelope in which the letter was mailed. The envelope, postmarked January 29 from Gallatin, Tennessee, is addressed to Mrs. Mollie Moore in McKinney, Collin County, Texas, Box No 12.
Date: January 28, 1877
Creator: Franklin, Bettie
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from Bill Louviere to Herman Lurie, October 28, 1953]

Description: Letter from Bill Louviere to Herman Lurie discussing the additional purchase of 1,100 tons of sugar for an industrial user and additional information pertaining to the purchase.
Date: October 28, 1953
Creator: Louviere, Bill
Location Info:
Partner: Rosenberg Library

[Letter from Bill McCarter and Jack Davis to Dr. Albert Thomas, February 28, 1996]

Description: Photocopy of a letter from Bill McCarter and Jack Davis, co-directors of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Dr. Albert Thomas, Superintendent of Denton ISD. Discussing how the Summer of 1995 marked the sixth summer institute in discipline-based art education, DBAE, offered by the NTIEVA, and how they are pleased to announce that the Getty Center has continued matching the grants for the next five years. Allowing the institute to continue maintenance and support during the school year. Included within the letter are details highlighting the Elementary Summer Institute, Leadership Seminar and Secondary Institute. Copied on the letter is Anita Stipnek.
Date: February 28, 1996
Creator: McCarter, William & Davis, Donald Jack
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from Bill McCarter to Bill Cormack, Janice Wiggins and Chris Thomason, July 28, 1995]

Description: Photocopy of a summary letter from Bill McCarter, co-director of North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts, to Bill Cormack, Janice Wiggins and Chris Thomason. Regarding a meeting that fell on June 22, 1995, notably, the participation of Dallas ISD in future activities with the Institute. McCarter starts the letter with the proposal of a new time frame for the Institute activities, and mentions how the meeting brought up the ideas of having all-day Saturday sessions. However, McCarter expresses his concern that some teachers from the Dallas ISD might be unable to attend all-day Saturday sessions, and how important it is that they will attend all the meetings because of how complex the Institute is. Included in the letter is an observation from Chad Woolery, stating that due to budget and time that Dallas would be unable to continue participation with NTIEVA as a consortium member. McCarter addresses that they have had issues with Dallas since they began to participate.
Date: July 28, 1995
Creator: McCarter, William
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from Bill McCarter to Kathy Talley-Jones, June 28, 1994]

Description: Photocopy of a letter from Bill McCarter, co-director of NTIEVA, to Kathy Talley-Jones, manager of publications at the Getty Center for Education in the Arts. McCarter has gone over a report that Jones has written up, the Wilson Report, and is sending back some observations and clarifications that need to be included into the report.
Date: June 28, 1994
Creator: McCarter, William
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from Bill Nelson to Linda Mitchell, October 18, 1985]

Description: Letter from Bill Nelson to Linda Mitchell discussing the petition that required city officials' signatures promising to not participate in anything illegal, including Texas Penal Code Section 21.06.
Date: October 28, 1985
Creator: Nelson, Bill
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from Bill Nelson to Linda - October 28, 1985]

Description: Letter from Bill Nelson to Linda dated October 28, 1985, discussing his possible removal from the Civil Service Adjunct Board. The letter also requests publication of the reason for removal to the either the Dallas Times Herald and The Dallas Morning News. A handwritten note is near the bottom of the front page.
Date: October 28, 1985
Creator: Nelson, Bill
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from Birdie McGee to Mary Ann Moore, Linnet White, and Claude D. White, September 28, 1909]

Description: This is a letter from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Birdie McGee and is addressed to Mary Ann Moore, Linnet White, and Claude D. White. In this letter, Birdie discusses having Minnie stay at her house and how wonderful it was to have her around all the time, details about Minnie's new position teaching at a city school in Tullahoma, TN, and notes that her an Minnie went to the fair. McGee reminiscences about going to the Dallas Fair and mentions that they saw many fine domestic animals there and had a wonderful time, but she often though of Linnet and Mary Ann while she was there. She mentions that the weather is getting cooler and her vegetable garden has dried up. She notes that their corn crop was good this year and that they still have chickens, two hogs and a sow. She informs Mary Ann on the most recent news about family. She details that the house they plan to build will be up by December and will send the plans. She asks Claude to write to them and inquires about his kin. She asks Linnet if she has begun her fall sewing yet and notes the projects she plans on sewing. She notes some household chores that she had gotten don the day she wrote the letter. Birdie closes by stating that Linnet, Mary Ann, and Claude should write her soon. She includes the floor plans with the letter.
Date: September 28, 1909
Creator: McGee, Birdie
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from Birdie McGee to Mary Moore, February 28, 1906]

Description: Letter from Birdie McGee to her Aunt Mollie [Mary] giving family news. Uncle Abe Franklin is very ill He wore himself down riding more than 20 miles in one day to go get a new horse and took sick. Talks of Uncle Tobe's death. From what they can tell, he starved himself to death after he lost all his money. Includes letter dated February 11, 1906 from Gallatin, Tennessee addressed to Aunt Molly, with no author listed. He talks of Uncle Tobe's funeral costs and the sale of a saddle.
Date: February 28, 1906
Creator: McGee, Birdie
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections