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George M. Tuxbury writes to Stone on behalf of Mrs. J. Elizabeth Ball, whose son, Harrison E. Ball, is sick and must return home to Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Tuxbury implores Stone to find a job for Harrison at the College which will help him pay for his expenses, as he fears that there are no opportunites for the boy in Ocean Springs. January 6, 1900.

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Publication Date

1-6-1900

Time Period

1900-1909

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text

Format (original)

letter

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PDF

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JMS_Folder02_Item004

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Mississippi State University Libraries, Special Collections Department, University Archives Division, John M. Stone Papers, Correspondence-B

Repository

University Archives

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Mississippi State University Libraries (electronic version).

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John M. Stone Papers

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