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In a series of four letters to Stone, the Jackson family writes in regards to their family member being sent home. In the first, H. Z. Jackson writes to Stone asking for another chance for his nephew. He ensures him that he will not break the rules anymore and if he does he asks to be notified. In the second letter, H. Z. Jackson himself writes to Stone an apology letter for his behavior and asks to return in December. In the third, Mrs. Lillie Jackson apologizes on behalf of her son and in a fourth she asks that Stone keep and eye on her son back at the college. She says that his classmates tease him about being sent home and that he wishes to return home due to embarrassment and harrassment. December 12, 1899, December 13, 1899, January 3, 1900.
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