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Description: Tax roll for Alvord, Texas 1920-1921.
Date: 1920/1921
Creator: City of Alvord
Partner: Alvord Public Library

[Bill of Costs to Harry Bahl, March 5, 1920]

Description: Bill of costs in probate matter in accordance with the estate of Michael Collins. This account lists the costs and fees towards the clerk, sheriff, and judge, totaling to $16.10. The note at the bottom of the paper reads: "I, J. W. Baker, Clerk of the County Court in and for said County and State, hereby certify the above to be a correct copy of the original Bill of Costs now on file in my office."
Date: March 5, 1920
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Letter from May Patterson Frear Osterhout to Ora Osterhout, March 13, 1920]

Description: Letter from May Patterson Frear Osterhout to her sister-in-law, Ora Osterhout, with information on the Osterhout genealogy. The information was gathered from the Carnegie Library in San Antonio, Texas and contains information on various family members.
Date: March 13, 1920
Creator: Osterhout, May Patterson Frear
Partner: Austin College

[Insurance Refund Notification Upon Death of Jett Falls]

Description: A letter written Mr. Soloman Falls of Paris, Texas informing him of his son's (Jett -- Johnny, Jetty --- Falls) insurance benefits upon his death. The letter was issued by the Treasury Department on May 3rd, 1920 and details the amount paid by Mr. Soloman towards Jett Falls War Risk Insurance, and the amount owed to him upon his son's death. The amount owed was determined to be $65.16, and the letter states that future payments will occur in the amount of $57.50 each month. The letter is typed, and was written by R. H. Hallett, the Assistant Director in charge of Compensation and Insurance Claims Division.
Date: May 3, 1920
Creator: Treasury Department, United States of America
Partner: Euless Public Library

[Letter from Tex Polk to Sam Myres, July 15, 1920]

Description: Letter from Tex Polk to Sam Myres saying that he had heard from a local saddle maker about Myres moving his business to El Paso; Polk says he believes that that will be a good move for the business due to the central location of El Paso. He also asks Myres if he has any positions open because Polk would love to work for him. It's written on personal letterhead.
Date: July 15, 1920
Creator: Polk, Tex
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[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

[Letter from P. C. Harris to Henry R. Clay, Jr., September 16, 1920]

Description: Letter from the Adjutant General P. C. Harris to Henry R. Clay, Sr., concerning an award to be awarded posthumously to Henry Clay, Jr. The letter documents two combats that Henry Clay, Jr. fought valiantly against a larger force.
Date: September 16, 1920
Creator: Harris, P. C.
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[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 Arthur A. Everts Co. to Miss Lorraine Conner, May 23, 1921]

Description: Letter from the Arthur A. Everts Co. jewelers to Miss Lorraine Conner, congratulating her on her coming graduation and stating they are enclosing a Scarab beetle bracelet from Egypt. Along with a small card about the bracelet's origin and meaning, the letter is enclosed in an envelope addressed to Miss Conner.
Date: May 23, 1921
Creator: Arthur A. Everts Co.
Partner: Private Collection of Mary Newton Maxwell

[Letter from D.H. Scott to Mrs. C.I. Scofield, July 26, 1921]

Description: Letter from D.H. Scott to Mrs. C.I Scofield with condolences on the death of her husband. Judge Scott comments on his 38 years of fellowship with C.I. Scofield.
Date: July 26, 1921
Creator: Scott, David Howell
Partner: Private Collection of Caroline R. Scrivner Richards

[Letter from A.H. Gans to Mr. Sutton - January 25, 1922]

Description: Letter written to Mr. Sutton of A.M. Montieth Abstract Co. in Belton, Texas from A.H. Gans from Standard Printing & Stationery Co. in Waco, Texas, informing him of a change in personnel.
Date: January 25, 1922
Creator: Gans, A. H.
Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis

[Letter from Clayton Briseel to Henry and Harriett Clay, March 20, 1922]

Description: Letter from Clayton Briseel to Mr. and Mrs. Clay regarding Briseel's acknowledgement of Henry Clay, Jr.'s burial in the United States. At the end Briseel mentions that he has not been able to locate any of Henry's accounts.
Date: March 20, 1922
Creator: Briseel, Clayton
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Letter from Edouard Potjes to Mr. and Mrs. Turney, November 16, 1922]

Description: Letter from Edouard Potjes to Mr. and Mrs. Turney discussing his travels, and some of his music students at a school called, The Cornish School. The Cornish School's stationary mark is at the top of the letter. The accompanying envelope is addressed to Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Turney, and has a return address from The Cornish School.
Date: November 16, 1922
Creator: Potjes, Edouard
Partner: Murphy Historical Society Inc.