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[Letter from Claude White to C. B. Moore, January 1902]

Description: Letter from Claude White to his father-in-law, C. B. Moore, in which he gives his views on the loss of friends or their injury in war. He says that he has not changed his view of Miss Minny, "the old maid school teacher." He also states that Linnet married "not wealth but brains education industry and morals...."
Date: January 1902
Creator: White, Claude
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[Wedding announcement for Virginia Bird and Joseph Harrison Armstrong, January 1, 1902]

Description: A wedding announcement for the marriage of Virginia Bird, daughter of Mrs. Jennie Oates, to Mr. Joseph Harrison Armstrong. The wedding was to be held on Wednesday, January 1, 1902 in Dallas, Texas. After February 3, the newlywed couple would take up residence in McKinney, Texas.
Date: January 1, 1902
Creator: Oates, Jennie
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[Letter from Linnet Moore to Mary Ann Moore and Birdie McGee, January 23, 1902]

Description: This document is a letter from the Charles B. Moore Collection. It is written by Linnet Moore to her mother, Mary Ann Moore, and to her cousin Birdie McGee. In the letter, Linnet details the happenings in her life since her last letter to her mother and they include: receiving her mother's most recent letter and photographs; detailing the rainy weather in Denison; and noting that she and Mrs. P went to church on Sunday morning, then for a walk on Sunday afternoon in the country. She describes the city people and how all they want to do is put on their best and gallivant up and down Main street on Sunday. Linnet details her visit to cousin Walter, mentions a real estate prospect that may have her and Claude moving in the future, and remarks on how windy it is which has made her embroidery and table pieces dirty rom hanging to dry on the line. She notes that she and Claude are planning a visit to Mr. White's home and will be there visiting for two weeks, if all goes well. She remarks on how lovely it is for her mother to have gotten a new dress and comments on Birdie's courtship with a young man named Will. She states that she wished she could see Birdie that day. She discusses their Grandmother's home and how it hasn't changed a bit. Also, she expresses her concern for her cousin Jennie who is losing her mental faculties. In the closing of her letter, she informs her mother of the illness of family friends and how she received a good meal because they could not eat the food that was made for them by Mrs. Goldman. She tells her mother that she should visit her soon and promises that they …
Date: January 23, 1902
Creator: Moore, Linnet
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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