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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 age of 16 and was with Robert E. Lee at Appomattox. In the November 23, 1899 letter, Mr. Brown apologizes to Stone for his son Jim bringing a pistol to campus and asks that Stone send it home. In the December 3, 1899 letter, Mr. Brown agrees with Stone's decision to keep the students on campus during the Christmas holidays. In the January 25, 1900 letter, Mr. Brown worries that his boys are constantly sick and he asks Stone if he can get a refund fort heir tuition if they come home.

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Publication Date

9-23-1899

Time Period

1890-1899

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text

Format (original)

letter

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PDF

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JMS_Folder02_Item014

Source

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

Repository

University Archives

Digital Publisher

Mississippi State University Libraries (electronic version).

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For more information about the contents of this collection, email sp_coll@library.msstate.edu.

John M. Stone Papers

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