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[Medical Accounts Ledger]

Description: Handwritten ledger containing a list of patients seen by Dr. Pound with an accounting for services and medications. Names are indexed at the front of the book.
Date: 1896/1898
Creator: Pound, Joseph
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from A. F. Hicks to Dr. Joseph Pound, March 1, 1898]

Description: Letter from A. F. Hicks to Dr. Joseph Pound, Surgeon General 3rd Brigade discussing the news that some of their former officers have "offered their services to the government" and that he is preparing his department so that if his brigade were called up "we would be ready for Service in a short time."
Date: March 1, 1898
Creator: Hicks, A. F.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Lieutenant Colonel William Smith to Dr. Joseph Pound, June 20, 1898]

Description: Letter from Lieutenant Colonel William Smith to Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Pound discussing the upcoming reunion for veteran soldiers. At the end of the letter Smith tells the doctor to "bring along that stovepipe hat and the Little Brown Jug of Wine for Our Annual Banquet."
Date: June 20, 1898
Creator: Smith, Lt. Col. William
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from A. F. Hicks to Dr. Joseph Pound, July 17, 1898]

Description: Letter from A. F. Hicks to Dr. Joseph Pound concerning to developments in the organization of a reunion for the veterans of the Confederate Army in Texas. Hicks says that he has "made arrangements with the citizens of Llano, so that I can issue to the veterans 3 days rations." At the end he tells Pound to "bring your tent, and department flag with you."
Date: July 7, 1898
Creator: Hicks, A. F.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Mrs. D. C. Riley to Dr. Joseph Pound, August 17, 1898]

Description: Letter from Mrs. D. C. Riley to Dr. Joseph Pound telling him that she has received word from Dr. Powell saying that Powell would like to meet Dr. Pound. The rest of the letter she goes on to talk about meeting up with the Pound family at the Fredericksburg fair but that her family would not be staying the entire time.
Date: August 17, 1898
Creator: Riley, Mrs. D. C.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from D. C. Riley to Dr. Joseph Pound, November 26, 1899]

Description: Letter from D. C. Riley to Dr. Joseph Pound concerning his being confined to the bed for more than four weeks. Riley tells about the doctor cutting a place on his jaw and having black blood come out; he was also given a shot of moonshine in his arm which made him sick to his stomach though eventually it made him sleep.
Date: November 26, 1899
Creator: Riley, D. C.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from James M. Hunter to Dr. Joseph Pound, December 1899]

Description: Letter from James M. Hunter to Dr. Joseph Pound concerning the doctor's son, and the book that Dr. Pound misplaced: "I am truly sorry that you have lost that most valuable narrative...'Who is Capt Banta'." At the end of the letter Hunter details what eggs are selling for in his town and tells Pound not to move up there if it would cause to much of a sacrifice.
Date: December 1899
Creator: Hunter, James M.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from A. F. Hicks to Dr. Joseph Pound, June 2, 1900]

Description: Letter from A. F. Hicks to Dr. Joseph Pound concerning the upcoming reunion of the old Confederate brigade that they were apart of. Hicks tells the doctor to wear his uniform if possible and that he will send another paper that "will give you General order No 1. calling for the meeting of the Brigade in July." Also included is a newspaper clipping that details the reunion of the Mountain Remnant Brigade of the Confederate veterans, and calls for bids "for the leasing of the Reunion Ground Privileges."
Date: June 2, 1900
Creator: Hicks, A. F.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Ida Moses to her Uncle, Dr. Joseph Pound, October 12, 1902]

Description: Letter from Ida Moses to her uncle, Dr. Joseph Pound, discussing her upcoming visit to his place; her husband's business will keep them from visiting until the middle of November but hope to "stay a few weeks." Ida also says that her mother is especially looking forward to the visit as she has not seen her grandchildren for a year.
Date: October 12, 1902
Creator: Moses, Ida
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[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

[Two Wedding Invitations from Judge and Mrs. Edward Reeves Kone]

Description: Wedding invitations sent from Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reeves Kone, one for the reception of "their daughter Eula Lee and Mrs. Wallace Bruce Colbert on the afternoon of Wednesday the eleventh of November." The other invitation is for the actual wedding itself of their daughter Edna and Verner Moore Lewis at the Methodist Episcopal Church in San Marcos, Texas on November 16, 1904.
Date: 1904~
Creator: Kone, Edward Reeves & Kone, Mrs. Edward Reeves
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Ida Moses to her Uncle, Dr. Joseph Pound, May 7, 1904]

Description: Letter from Idee Moses to her uncle, Dr. Joseph Pound, asking when he would be out their way to visit, as he is going to "the fair before the weather gets too warm." She mentions that they are now moved and comfortably living in their new home; they have had a lot of rain over the last two weeks.
Date: May 7, 1904
Creator: Moses, Ida
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from George P Fuilay to Dr. Joseph Pound, August 29, 1904]

Description: Letter from George P. Fuilay to Dr. Joseph Pound telling him to correspond with Mrs. Murdock in order to acknowledge his presence at the upcoming reunion in St. Louis. Fuilay says that Murdock had told him that the "Texas & Pacific and Iron Mountain Railways will give our comrades free passage to St. Louis."
Date: August 29, 1904
Creator: Fuilay, George P.
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead

[Letter from Marguerite to Bud, 1905]

Description: Letter from Marguerite Cavett Hammack to "Bud," Dr. Pound's son, asking him to come visit her; she says that she is in the second reader and that they recently just got a new cow with a pretty calf.
Date: 1905
Creator: Hammack, Marguerite Cavett
Partner: Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead