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[Letter from W. T. Daniel to Ora Osterhout, December 11, 1904]

Description: Letter from W. T. Daniel to Ora Osterhout regarding the deed to 320 acres of land in Comanche County that used to belong to her father, John P. Osterhout, and is now owned by another family.
Date: December 11, 1904
Creator: Daniel, W. T.
Partner: Rice University Woodson Research Center

[Letter from Matilda Johnson to Mary Moore, September 15, 1904]

Description: Letter from Matilda Johnson to Mary Moore in which Matilda describes her rooms in the house she is sharing with the widow of a Methodist minister and her mother. She says that she has seen the play, Ben Hur. She sends news of her family's health, activities, and the crops.
Date: September 15, 1904
Creator: Johnson, Matilda
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from A. E. Trent to Linnet Moore White, September 12, 1904]

Description: Letter from A. E. Trent to Linnet Moore White giving information on the family's health, the weather, and the activities of Ruth White. The letter from Mattie Franklin is discussed. The the crops, canning, and the fate of the chickens are discussed.
Date: September 12, 1904
Creator: Trent, A. E.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[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

[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 Elmer Holcomb Wheatly to Josephine Wheatly, July 27, 1904]

Description: Letter written to Josephine Wheatly from her husband, Elmer Holcomb Wheatly. In the letter, Elmer talks about a type of kidney pills that might help Josephine feel better, as well as his visit with her father one night. Finally he wishes Josephine a "nice time in Belleville this week with love to all and kisses for you."
Date: July 27, 1904
Creator: Wheatly, Elmer Holcomb
Partner: Private Collection of Margay Welch

[Letter from James B. Wells to William John Bryan, May 31, 1904]

Description: Letter from James B. Wells to William John Bryan discussing how he promised to appoint J. C. Lynch as the chairman of the Democratic Executive Committee of the One-hundred and third Representative District of Texas.
Date: May 31, 1904
Creator: Wells, James B.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[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 Lillian Griffin to Mary Moore, April 24, 1904]

Description: Letter from Lillian Griffin to Mary Moore in which she lists the members of the family and if they are well or not; the types and numbers of the farm animals; and her family's pets. She says her father was kicked in the knee by a horse.
Date: April 24, 1904
Creator: Griffin, Lillian
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter from N. H. McGee to Birdie McGee and Mary Moore, March 4, 1904]

Description: Letter from N. H. McGee to Birdie McGee and Mary Moore in which he says that they have had a blizzard. He also gives updates on the health and activities of family members. He gives an account of the growth of two children, Lillian and Henry. He reports that Mariah Rucker had died. He writes about financial matters, collecting fines, and investigating thefts. He says he works as a game warden. He says that there are many empty houses in Gallatin Tennessee for rent or sale.
Date: March 4, 1904
Creator: McGee, N. H.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letters from William McKinely and Birdie McGee to Claude and Linnet Moore White, March 30, 1904]

Description: Letter from Will McKinley to Claude and Linnet Moore White in which the author says that he misses Texas and intends to come back. He describes the illness and death of his mother. He also thanks Claude White for his kindness to Birdie McGee. Birdie writes that she has visited the Shaw's garden, which she said had received 27,00 visitors the day she visited. She gives a description of the exhibit and buildings. She is afraid that they have made a bad move. Both she and Will liked the Dallas area better. Will thinks it would be better to move and live with "father and aunt Ellen." She regrets that she sold so many of her belongings before the move. She said that she experienced a "real winter" while she was in St. Louis. She says she will send a picture of Mattie. Vada Dobbins married Mr. Parker and started for Texas. She became ill in Memphis and died in a few hours.
Date: March 3, 1904
Creator: Mckinely, William & McGee, Birdie
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Letter to Mrs. Moore, January 31, 1904]

Description: Letter to Mrs. Moore that informs her that $202.00 was deposited into her account on January 30, 1904. $32.00 was deposited on December 16, 1903. A request is made for a registered letter that acknowledges the deposits.
Date: January 31, 1904
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections