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This handwritten letter, dated June 29, 1924, is written from Fannie Sanders to her mother while she is on the train heading to Hammond. The letter updates her mother on what Fannie, her dad, grandad, her cousins and Christy (her sister?) have been doing while visiting family in or near Kosciusko, Mississippi. She writes of "plumb hunting", riding in a taxi to Durant, visiting Uncle John, seeing a 12 story building with an elevator going up inside it as they passed through Jackson. Notes of the writer's identity is written in blue at the top of the last page.
Correspondence: 4 leaves
Mississippi State University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections Division, Manuscripts Unit, Darden Family Papers, Box 2, Folder 7, Correspondence, Personal, 1900-1946
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Darden Family Papers, Box 2, Series III, Correspondence, 1854-1944, Folder 7, Correspondence, Personal, 1900-1944, Archives and Special Collections Division, Mississippi State University