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[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

[Travel Log Prepared by John Philip Herlin Bahl, August 1964]

Description: Travel log prepared by John Philip Herlin Bahl in August 1964 concerning their trip to Waco, Texas. He describes his visitation with his sister, Josephine Wheatly, in her home on the day that she died; he recalled their conversation: "We discussed several different thing and a couple of business matters that I had that she knew was unfinished and she asked me a lot of detail..." He also discusses his visit to Dr. Cramer due to chest pains, and was diagnosed with a "nice case of Shingles."
Date: 1964-08-23~
Creator: Bahl, John Philip Herlin
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Two Letters from Elmer Holcomb Wheatly to Josephine Wheatly, August 10, 1904]

Description: Two letters written to Josephine Wheatly from her husband, Elmer Holcomb Wheatly, in Waco, Texas. The first letter discusses Josephine's father's sickness and that her mother is coming down to see him; Elmer and Harry Bahl had not told him that she was coming. The second letter is a response sent shortly after the first, and it states: "Papa is no better he is real sick Harry will write you this morning."
Date: August 10, 1904
Creator: Wheatly, Elmer Holcomb
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

[Master's Certificate of Dance to Elmer Wheatly]

Description: Master's Certificate of Dance presented to Elmer Wheatly from the "Chicago National Association of Dancing Masters Normal School." This certificate is signed by the principal, president, and secretary of the school.
Date: August 25, 1939
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Photo Album of a Camping Trip in Waco, Texas]

Description: Photo album with a compilation of photographs from a camping trip taken around Waco, Texas in August 1908. Each page has a photograph and a handwritten caption describing the actions taking place in the pictures.
Date: [1908-08-22..1908-08-23]
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 Elmer Holcomb Wheatly to Josephine Wheatly, August 19, 1920]

Description: Letter written to Josephine Wheatly from her husband, Elmer Holcomb Wheatly. Elmer talks to Josephine about her needing to buy a nice suit, and the one that she really wants. He repeatedly says: "You know I am not lonesome but I just don't like to be without you at all." The bulk of the letter talks about activities going on in Waco, but he hopes that Josephine has a great time while she is in St. Louis.
Date: August 19, 1920
Creator: Wheatly, Elmer Holcomb
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch