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    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • John W. Andrews and G. A. Andrews request that their son, J. J., be sent home to help with the family business as John is in poor health. They would also like his tuition refunded but hope that he will return to the College after Christmas....
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • W. H. Falcones writes to Stone explaining that he received a package in the mail addressed to a John Falcones. He knows it is not his since although he is a Falcones, his first name is not John. He explains that the package had no post office on it...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • A. C. True writes regarding a set of the Rothamsted Memoirs. They had been sent to several agricultural colleges and they would like Stone to let them know if they have been received as well as for him to write a thank you to Sir John Bennel Lawes...
    • 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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    • John E. Hill writes to Stone listing his qualifications and asking if there is an opening for him to be able to come teach at A and M College. January 16, 1900.
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • A series of letters from John R. Dinsmore, Trustee of the College, to Stone regarding the complaint of two students who were forced to change rooms in the dormitory. He tells Stone that he is investigating in order to protect the good name of the...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • Mr. John O. Farrell writes to Stone saying that he does not want his son to come home over Christmas and explains that he has written to his son explaining this as well. He actually goes so far as to say that he does not think it is wise to suspend...
    • John M. Stone Papers

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    • T. A. Kelly writes to Stone regarding J. Yank. He asks that he be allowed to come home since he has lost his voice and the doctor thinks he should rest before returning back to school. January 27, 1900.
    • 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,...

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