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[Letter from A. F. Hicks to Dr. Joseph Pound, September, 22, 1896]

Description: Letter from A. F. Hicks to Major J. M. Pound Brigade Surgeon saying that he will not be able to come visit due to his "expecting a telegram from [Hick's] Ranch and may have to leave for there at any moment."
Date: September 22, 1896
Creator: Hicks, A. F.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Song Lyrics Created by John Greaves to Josephine Bahl, July 25, 1896]

Description: Song lyrics written by John Greaves to Josephine Bahl entitled: "Try Me Once Again." A few lines in the chorus section read: "Remember the promise I made to you while driving in the lane the letter I did write you..."
Date: July 25, 1896
Creator: Greaves, John
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Letter from John K. Strecker, Jr. to Josephine Bahl, August 22, 1896]

Description: Letter written to Josephine Bahl from John K. Strecker, Jr. This letter discusses his recent bout of sickness and the fact that his doctor says he should not read or write. John also relays information on her relatives in Waco who were recovering from scarlatina: "Leda, boy, and Blon are all nearly well...they merely had a light form of scarlatina."
Date: August 22, 1896
Creator: Strecker, John K., Jr.
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Letter from John K. Strecker, Jr. to Josephine Bahl, August 1896]

Description: Letter written to Josephine Bahl from John K. Strecker, Jr. describing events taking place in Waco. He spends part of the letter talking about a woman named Gertrude saying: "she is just the right height for me."
Date: August 1896
Creator: Strecker, John K., Jr.
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Letter from George L. Meyer to Josephine Bahl, August 17, 1896]

Description: Letter written to Josephine Bahl from George L. Meyer while Josephine was in Mascoutah, Illinois visiting relatives. Meyer says that he will be visiting Mascoutah soon and wants to eat with her in the morning; he also mentions the fact someone sent him a letter and he wants to talk to her about the sender.
Date: August 17, 1896
Creator: Meyer, George L.
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Letter John K. Strecker, Jr. to Josephine Bahl, April 3, 1896]

Description: Letter written to Josephine Bahl from John K. Strecker, Jr. concerning his affection for her and no other: "Must the thought always find birth in your mind that I love another?" He later tells her that "you of all girls have respect for my hobbies, my animals and books."
Date: April 3, 1896
Creator: Strecker, John K., Jr.
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Letter from John K. Strecker, Jr. to Josephine Bahl, August 12, 1896]

Description: Letter written to Josephine Bahl from John K. Strecker, Jr. discussing his recent visit to her family members in Waco, Texas; her relatives had been struck by the Scarlet Fever and their house was quarantined. Later in the letter he discusses his recent publication of one of his articles on a Florida bird."
Date: August 12, 1896
Creator: Strecker, John K., Jr.
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Letter from John K. Strecker, Jr. to Josephine Bahl, January 5th, 1896]

Description: Letter written to Josephine Bahl from John K. Strecker, Jr. regarding the poultry show at his exhibit on a Thursday night. He says to her that if she hasn't "made an engagement for next Sunday night with J. L. remember me."
Date: January 5, 1896
Creator: Strecker, John K., Jr.
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Letter from John K. Streger, Jr. to Josephine Bahl, November 10, 1896]

Description: Letter written to Josephine Bahl from John K. Strecker, Jr. describing the events of Election Day in Waco; much of his activity took place at the Republican Headquarters. He goes on to describe the dance that he attended where he was given excellent comments on his dancing skills.
Date: November 10, 1896
Creator: Strecker, John K., Jr.
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Letter from John K. Strecker, Jr. to Josephine Bahl, October 12, 1896]

Description: Letter written to Josephine Bahl from John K. Strecker, Jr. in which Strecker, Jr. discusses the upcoming election and his support for William McKinley and the Republican party. He later goes on to talk about dances he attended and says that a woman named Gertrude said that "nearly everybody thought that I was the prettiest dancer."
Date: October 12, 1896
Creator: Strecker, John K., Jr.
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch