Mary Aleshire to Unidentified Brothers, 27 October 1867
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(Ms4 Bx1 Fd19 Item4)
[Click on letter to enlarge]

to Emma Burbaker she
said to tell you she had
received your letter and
would write soon. She is
about twenty one years old
did you think so?
I sent a letter from [?]
Dr. Fulrom I suppose, to you
did you receive it. I guess
he and Virgie have quit.
she told me she did not
hear from him anymore.
I sent you a Middleport
paper or rather had Reube
do so containing an ac-
count of the ball doings
there. rather a bad name
for Point Pleasant don't
you think so? All send
love. Write very soon
Your Loving Sister
               Mary Aleshire.

[Written vertically in the margin]
Ma says she would have written you
today but she had such a headache she
could not do so. sends her love.
Enclosed find photograph of Harris alone
and with Ned. [Photo not included with letter]




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Created by Lisle Brown, Curator, Special Collections
2005, Special Collections, Marshall University