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    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • A group of letters from G. G. Brown to Stone. IN the September 23, 1899 letter he asks for Stone make his sons, Fred and Jim, write home and to help them along in their studies. He also notes that he is a Confederate Veteran who signed up at the...
    • 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
    • Ernest Blount writes to Stone requesting a catalog and inquiring if he may be able to attend the College and work for his tuition as he wants to someday be a minister. September 12, 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 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
    • 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

    • 2012-09-27
    • 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

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

    • 2012-09-27
    • Mrs. J. F. Graves writes to Stone explaining that she missed the cutoff to send her son to school because they were still refugees in Jackson from the Yellow Fever outbreak. She says that since they can now afford it she would like for him to be...
    • John M. Stone Papers

    • 2012-09-27
    • Percy Bell, Superintendent of Education in Washington County, Mississippi, writes to stone on behalf of Mr. J. J. Shepherd of Pettitt, Mississippi, whose son wishes to enter the College in January 1900. He is requesting information on tuition...


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