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    • John M. Stone Papers

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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 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 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 series of three letters, the first being from a son to his parents and the second and third being to Stone, the Halstead family writes concerning grades and Christmas holidays. In the letter home to his parents, the son writes about how he has...
    • 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...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • G. D. Wilson writes to Stone first asking that his son Willie be allowed to come home at once. He then writes to ask how his son is doing in school and tells him he is delicate in health so he may need extra care. He then writes to tell Stone 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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    • R. J. Harding writes to Stone asking him to keep an eye on his nephew R. J. Harding Jr since he is a country boy ready to get a practical education. He also writes about Val. Baldwin who is at the time sick with a slow fever but as soon as he is...
    • Stephen D. Lee Papers

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    • H. M. Street writes regarding a payment he just received and writes about a horse that he thinks is necessary for the college to keep to be able to give the farm proper attention. October 25, 1888.
    • Stephen D. Lee Papers

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    • Dabney Lipscomb, a professor at the college, writes in regards to F. F. Will who has had to withdraw because of illness. He writes that he is a studious student and should be allowed to come back to the college. February 5, 1892.
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Miss Emma Roberts writes to Stone regarding their traveling secretary Miss Crosby who will be traveling to Mississippi. She writes to ask if she would be allowed on campus and able to work at the Young Woman's Christian Association. December 11,...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • M. L. Weems writes to Stone telling him that his son has been given $100 toward tuition but would also like for Stone to help him find a job while at college. He then writes regarding his nephew and thanks Stone for excusing him to go to Oxford....
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • W. H. Harvard writes directly to Stone asking for a list of costs to attend the college. In a follow up letter written as a recommendation letter S. J. Robinson writes to Stone explaining that W. H. Harvard is one armed but ensures Stone that he is...
    • 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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    • 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...
    • Stephen D. Lee Papers

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    • S. D. Lee writes to W. D. McDowell regarding the article Burkitt wrote about the secondhand furniture sold to the boys. Lee writes that it makes the college look bad to have things like this written and he is trying to get to the bottom of the...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • In a letter to Stone, H. S. Gilleylen writes regarding the circular that Stone sent out saying that the college will not suspend exercises over Christmas holidays as it is best for students to stay and study. He writes on behald of his nephew who...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • J. E. Rainwater writes to Stone asking that his son be allowed to come home for a few days during Christmas holidays. In a following letter, he writes to Stone because his son has written to him asking to withdraw but the father would not like for...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Mrs. E. A. Sykes writes to Stone asking that her son be excused from school because he is still ill. She then writes him a letter in response to an apparent rude letter he sent her regarding tuition payments. February 18, 1900, January 12, 1900.
    • Stephen D. Lee Papers

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    • Francis Burkin writes to Lee regarding a dispute going on between some roommates over the furniture in their room. She writes that she believes the boys have been ripped off by the college representative and that he should be punished for his...

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