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[Shoe Ration Letter from William A. Molster to Earl Yates, August 7, 1945]

Description: Letter from William A. Molster to Earl Yates discussing "Amendment 107 to Ration Order 17, which permits the selling on a ration-free basis of men's and women's lox priced shoes." The letter walks him through the application process, and contains the form needed to be filled out and sent to his district office.
Date: August 7, 1945
Creator: Molster, William A.
Partner: City of Grapevine

[Letter from J. B. Taylor to L. C. Hudnall, April 12, 1930]

Description: Photocopy of a letter from J. B. Taylor of the Haslet Lodge, No. 999 to L. C. Hudnall requesting his presence at an upcoming meeting taking place on April 19, 1930. The letter says at the very end that this meeting was called by "Bro. Thos R. James."
Date: April 12, 1930
Creator: Taylor, J. B.
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Letter from June Yates to his Mother]

Description: Letter from June Yates to his mother describing his actions and activities in Germany; he says, though, that he will not be home early as he had originally planned. He also goes into detail about the weather in Germany and talks of the letters he has received from other individuals.
Date: 1945-06-22~
Creator: Yates, June
Partner: City of Grapevine

[Letter from Earl Yates, Jr. to his Mother, May 9, 1945]

Description: Letter from Earl Yates, Jr. to his mother saying that "is seems as if Hitler finally gave up being the superman," and that he hopes this is the last trip that U. S. O. members will have to make.
Date: May 9, 1945
Creator: Yates, Earl, Jr.
Partner: City of Grapevine

[Letter from B. R. Wall to Earl Yates, June 1, 1941]

Description: Letter from B. R. Wall to Earl Yates inviting him to "smoke the pipe of peace with the BBraves and Warriors of Caddo Tribe No. 30" on June 20, 1941. Also enclosed is a card with with "I am" and other "I" phrases highlighting the individual's citizenship and devotion to the United States of America. The envelope these were placed in is also included in the record.
Date: June 1, 1941
Creator: Wall, B. R.
Partner: City of Grapevine

[Letter from J. E. M. Yates to Jack, July 19, 1917]

Description: Letter from J. E. M. Yates to Jack discussing his recent car troubles during his trip to Carrollton, as well as news of people in town getting married.
Date: July 19, 1917
Creator: Yates, J. E. M.
Partner: City of Grapevine

[Letter from Earl Yates to his "Papa," May 12, 1902]

Description: Letter from Earl Yates to his "Papa" discussing sales at the shoe store; there is a list on the back of the letter stating customers' names along with the total amount the each spent.
Date: May 12, 1902
Creator: Yates, Earl
Partner: City of Grapevine

[Letter from Earl Yates to "Papa," May 2, 1902]

Description: Letter from Earl Yates to "Papa" with a report on how sales at the store had been going and on the back of the letter is a list of people who had made purchases as well as the total amount they spent.
Date: May 2, 1902
Creator: Yates, Earl
Partner: City of Grapevine

[Letter from June Yates to Cal Yates]

Description: Letter from June Yates to Cal describing his travels across Germany after the war was over. June notes the destruction that the bombs inflicted on some of the large cities and testifies for the accuracy of the horror stories told from the concentration camps; they are still very busy as they are the only hospital for miles.
Date: 1945-05-21~
Creator: Yates, June
Partner: City of Grapevine

[Letter June Yates from "Papa," July 4, 1917]

Description: Letter to June Yates from "Papa" saying that Earl, and John Estill have gone away leaving him with more work to do. He goes on to say where other people have gone to and that they were going to have a picnic but the rain kept them from going.
Date: July 4, 1917
Partner: City of Grapevine

[Letter from Margaret B. Guy to Tom Ringo, June 16, 1965]

Description: Letter from Margaret B. Guy to Tom Ringo saying that "for the first time incorporated communities up to 500 population can participate in the Community Improvement Program of the Texas Agricultural Service." The letter says that Reagan Brown "can make a group believe they can do anything."
Date: June 16, 1965
Creator: Guy, Margaret B.
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Memorandum from Reagan Brown to All Community Secretaries, May 31, 1965]

Description: Memorandum from Reagan Brown to "All Community Secretaries, All Extension Agents." The letter continues by saying that unincorporated and incorporated towns are now eligible to participate in the Texas Community Improvement Program.
Date: May 31, 1965
Creator: Brown, Reagan
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Letter from the Texas State Department of Health to B. L. Nelson & Associates, Inc., August 17, 1970]

Description: Letter from the Texas State Department of Health to B. L. Nelson & Associates, Inc. in regards to their "revised plans and specifications" for the sewage treatment plant and lines proposal. The letter expresses approval of the plan and deems it worth to be sent to the Federal Water Quality Administration "for their review and subsequent approval."
Date: August 17, 1970
Creator: McCoy, Chandler J.
Partner: Haslet Public Library

[Letter from C. Anderson Wright to Mr. and Mrs. Clay, April 15, 1921]

Description: Letter from C. Anderson Wright, president of Tale-Spins Magazine Co. to the parents of Henry Clay, Jr. apologizing for the War Department having not altered Clay, Jr.'s status. He does off a complementary subscription to the magazine if they would like.
Date: April 15, 1921
Creator: Wright, C. Anderson
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Letter from Sol Reinthal to Henry Clay, Sr., April 4, 1919]

Description: Letter from Sol Reinthal to Henry Clay, Sr. regarding the death of Henry Clay, Jr. Reinthal includes a message from his son that describes the amazing qualities of Clay, Jr.
Date: April 4, 1919
Creator: Reinthal, Sol
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Letter from E. A. Starks to Henry Clay, Sr., December 5, 1918]

Description: Letter from E. A. Starks to Henry Clay, Sr. concerning Starks' introduction to Henry Clay, Jr. in which he tells of Clay, Jr.'s courage and ability as a pilot. Starks tells the story of Clay, Jr. shooting down a German plane and then taking parts of the plane as souvenirs.
Date: December 5, 1918
Creator: Starks, E. A.
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[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 Jae P. Moore to Henry Clay, Sr., April 24, 1919]

Description: Letter to Henry Clay, Sr. from Jae P. Moore concerning Moore's sending of Henry Clay, Jr.'s combat reports. Moore says that the reports are copies made "from the original that I took for myself."
Date: August 24, 1919
Creator: Moore, Jae P.
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Letter from Henry Clay, Jr. to his Family, March 19, 1918]

Description: Letter from Henry Clay, Jr. to his family discussing his posting to his squadron and his address will be changing. He goes on to express his love for his mother and his desire to save as much money as possible while overseas.
Date: March 19, 1918
Creator: Clay, Henry, Jr.
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas