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    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • A series of letters between R. C. English and the College regarding his brother E. M. Montie English. R. C. requests that his brother be allowed to attend the College and he sends money for the tuition. In the next letter he notes that he has not...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • A series of letters from the Cook family. On October 20, 1899, T. L. H. Cook asks that his son, T. L. come home. On December 20, 1899, T. L. Cook writes to Stone apologizing for leaving the College to go help his father. On December 27, 1899, T....
    • Stephen D. Lee Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • A series of letters regarding the butter coming from A and M College. The first letter written by E. F. DelBondio notes that they would not like anymore butter shipped to them because it is too sticky and has a strange taste. Connell then tries to...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • A. Stinson writes to Stone regarding his son in a series of letters. In the first, he asks that his son be excused from drawing class. He then asks that his son be allowed to come home for Christmas holidays. Finally, he asks that his son be...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • C. H. Campbell writes to Stone request that his son, Charles, be allowed to drop English History as the course is taking up too much of his time which could be devoted to other studies. October 5, 1899.
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • D.C. and W. H. Durham write to Stone requesting their son be admitted to the College and in December requesting that he be allowed to come home for Christmas. October 14, 1899 and December 11, 1899.
    • Stephen D. Lee Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • 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

    • 2012-09-27
    • 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

    • 2012-09-27
    • Georgia Irwin Abbay requests that her son, age 10, be admitted to the school, and that she and her young daughter be allowed to board with a family in Starkville. December 23, 1899
    • 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...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • In two letters, R. F. Conner writes to Stone regarding his son, who was dismissed from the College. In the October 30, 1899 letter he acknowledges that his son was ill and that he would like for him to return to the College. In the January 11,...

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