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    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • In a series of five letters, Mr. J.W.T. Falkner writes to Stone regarding some disciplinarian issues with his son. His son apparently told his dad when he left home that he was going to Columbus to see some girls but never returned to the college...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • In a group of correspondence, all with the last name beginning with the letter N. On September 2, 1899 John Neuhardt writes to Stone regarding a vacancy at A and M College as he would like to attend. On December 26, 1899, G. E. Neson writes to...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • In a group of correspondence, all with the last name beginning with the letter O. In a series of letters, September 19, 1899 J. D. Ozier writes to Stone regarding his son Lois coming to college. In the next letter he writes to him explaining that...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • In a series of letters, J. C. Carter writes, on September 19, 1899, to Stone that he will be sending his son, J. F. Carter, to the College instead of to the school in Clinton. In the October 13, 1899 letter, Carter writes that he wants his son,...
    • 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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    • L. F. Montgomery writes to Stone on behalf of the Illinois Central Railroad Company telling him that they cannot make an exception for A and M College in regards to pricing as it would not be fair to other schools. September 6, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • T. L. Cook writes to Stone asking to be allowed back to the College, saying that the charge from Mr. Stockard that he did not take things that did not belong to him. September 9, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • In two letters, W. G. Deles writes to Stone requesting that his son be allowed to work in the Mechanical shop rather than the field and that his son be allowed to come home for Christmas. September 29, 1899 and December 14, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • W. J. East writes to Stone, reccommending C. J. Mitchell to the College. He states that Mitchell is too poor to cover the expenses and in turn will work to defray the costs. September 18, 1899.
    • Stephen D. Lee Papers

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    • Tait Butty writes to Lee asking for more funds for the veterinarian department as they need more dogs for dissection and a better clinical room. September 24, 1894.
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • G. H. Smith asks Stone to give him information as to which railroads in the territory have agreed to the rate before his railroad company agrees to it. September 12, 1899.
    • 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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    • Oscar Stephens writes to Stone regarding Clay Mills. He would like to come to college right away if he is able to have a job milking so he can pay some of his expenses. September 20, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Mrs. E. B. Stinson writes to Stone asking first if her son would be able to come to college. In the second letter she writes because she is concerned about his grades. She says the reason is that he is always on the go and she does not know who he...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • In two letters sent by Helen Fearn Graves of Yazoo City, Graves writes to Stone regarding her son coming to school. She is uncertain about sending him due to the fact that he has never been to school away from home as well as the yellow fever...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • In a series of three letters S. S. Griffin writes to Stone in regards to his three children coming to school. In the second letter he says that he has sent two of his sons and asks that Stone keep and eye on them and make sure that they are...

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