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A series of letters from E. E. Baldwin to Stone. In the October 19, 1899 letter, Baldwin asks if his son, Charles F. Baldwin, can attend the College after having been appointed the previous summer but was home recovering from malaria. In the January 8, 1900 letter, Baldwin gives permission to his son to leave the College to particpiate in the Governor of Mississippi's inaugural parade in Jackson on January 16, 1900. In the March 9, 1900 letter, Baldwin gives permission to his son to withdraw from the College as he is suffering from dyspepsia.
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