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In a series of correspondence, all with last names beginning with the letter P. December 20, 1899, M. Perkins writes to Stone giving his son permission to come home for Christmas. August 18, 1889 a father writes to Stone inquiring about the expenses for college for his son. August 23, 1899, W. H. Perkins writes to Stone regarding his son whom he would like to send to the college in the upcoming term. T. J. Pathy writes to Stone asking to withdraw his son from the college. W. H. Perkin writes to Stone on February 7, 1900 asking him to excuse his son from drill because he has a sprained ankle that needs to heal. December 22, 1899, A. B. Phillips writes to Stone asking if A and M College teaches locomotive engineering and when school starts back. Mrs. S. Picard writes to Stone asking that her son be excusec from church on Sunday due to their religious beliefs and that he be excused from field work because he will never use that in his future occupation and she would like for him to have more time to devote to his studies. December 20, 1899, August 18, 1889, August 23, 189, February 7, 1900, December 22, 1899, October 11, 1899, March 5, 1900.
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