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    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • 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

    • 2012-09-27
    • The Committee on Courses of Study reccomends that Meteorology be transferred from the Chemistry Department to the Physics Department. January 27, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • 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...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • W. D. Lilly writes to Lee asking that his son be allowed to come home Friday and return that Tuesday morning as a Christmas break since he has never been away from home for Christmas before. December 7, 1899.
    • Bibliography

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    • Since its organization in 1962, the Ulysses S. Grant Association has been preparing a list of all published books and articles about Grant.
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • W. B. Barr, College Surgeon, writes to Stone requesting that all students and campus staff be vaccinated against small pox, as it is becoming an epidemic. He requests that all campus personell be brought to him for examination. December 19, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • 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

    • 2012-09-27
    • 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

    • 2012-09-27
    • R. F. Abbay requests that his nephew, Robert Irwin Abbay, be admitted to the A and M college. He also requests assistance in providing board and education for the boy's mother, Georgia Irwin Abbay, and his young sister. Mr. Abbay also expresses...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • Professor A. J. Wiechardt reccomends that preparatory students be allowed to work in the shops and drawing rooms and that Senior Mechanical students be relieved from evening duties for four hours during the week. The Committee on Courses of Study...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • E. Henderson sends a letter to Stone by his son Herbert Henderson asking Stone to offer guidance and assistance to his son while he studies principles of grammar and arithmetic at A and M college. December 30, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • In a series of letters to Stone regarding his sons battle with the measles F. A. Jordan asks that his son be excused from school then asks for him to be readmitting after he is well. September 14, 1899, January 4, 1900, January 30, 1900, March 5,...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • T. J. Mason in two letters to Stone explains that his son has been offered a full time position with the railroad and will not be returning to school and asks Stone to withdraw him from the college. October 20, 1899, October 14, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • J. C. Robert asks Stone to excuse his son from some of the work because he seems to be exhausted all the time. In the second letter he asks Stone to renew his permit to be excused as his son is always sick and doesnt need to work so much. October...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • Helen D. Bell, State Librarian of Mississippi, writes to Stone requesting that her son, Lyerly, be allowed to borrow bedding as he did not have his trunk with him. She also included a money order of fifty dollars for tuition. She notes that a...

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