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    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Mrs. A. S. Armstrong hopes that the College will remain open during Christmas break and that her son, Harvey C. A. Fleming, can remain. December 8, 1899. In a follow up letter, Mrs. Armstrong thanks Stone for sending a report on Harvey's progress...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Mrs. J. F. Graves writes to Stone explaining that she missed the cutoff to send her son to school because they were still refugees in Jackson from the Yellow Fever outbreak. She says that since they can now afford it she would like for him to be...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Mrs. B. J. Moore writes to Stone in three letters asking him to investigate why her sons grades have been dropping. September 28, 1899, October 5, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Mrs. C. W. Halstead writes to Stone asking when the college will be open in Septemeber. She says they have been waiting on her nephew to arrive in McComb from Ocean Springs or her son would already be at the college. She also explains how anxious...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Mrs. M. M. West writes to Stone first to ask him to allow her son to be absent then in a later letter addresses an issue that has come up regarding a stolen turkey. She begs him not to kick her son out of school for being a part of it. She then...
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    • In a series of correspondence, all with last names beginning with the letter P. December 20, 1899, M. Perkins writes to Stone giving his son permission to come home for Christmas. August 18, 1889 a father writes to Stone inquiring about the...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • In a series of four letters to Stone, the Jackson family writes in regards to their family member being sent home. In the first, H. Z. Jackson writes to Stone asking for another chance for his nephew. He ensures him that he will not break the rules...
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    • Mrs. T. J Ramsey writes to Stone asking him to talk to her son as he has recently lost his father. She then asks him to find him some studies that interest him more because he is asking to come home and she would not like for him to do that....
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    • In a series of letters, Mrs. E. V. English writes to Stone regarding her son, S. M. Montie English. She asks Stone to look after, worries when it is clear that his tuition payment has not arrived, and lets Stone know that her son is with her sick...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Mrs. M. E. Joyce writes to Stone requesting a catalogue be sent so her son, who wishes to help pay his way through college, can see what the expenses will look like. October 16, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Mrs. M. I. Amos requests that her son be admitted to the college and that she be offered a position as a houskeeper, seamstress, or matron. October 25, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • J. Elizabeth Ball writes to Stone after receiving word that her son, Harrison E. Ball must be sent home due to problems with his vision. Mrs. Ball requests that her son be allowed to remain and continue agricultural work. January 6, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • George M. Tuxbury writes to Stone on behalf of Mrs. J. Elizabeth Ball, whose son, Harrison E. Ball, is sick and must return home to Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Tuxbury implores Stone to find a job for Harrison at the College which will help him...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Mrs. J.B. Flood in a series of letters to Stone corresponds with him regarding her son. In the first, she explains that her son is always sick so that he is aware of that fact. In the second, she asks that he be excused to come home to Columbus for...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Mrs. Robert C. Betts writes to Stone to acknowledge her approval of his decision to keep the students on campus during the Christmas holidays. December 6, 1899.

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