Contributed by Kathleen Haynes
Contact Myrtle Bridges April 14, 2011
Letter was typewritten on plain paper with handwritten notes/additions.
The envelope return address is labled: Lock Box 99.
Hickory, N.C. Sept. 18th, 1900-
Miss Wilhelmina Tate,
Dear Miss Tate-:
Your letter of the 11th written me from Brindletown came
duly to hand and was forwarded to me as I was out of town, but other
business prevented me from replying until my return to day.
I will enclose this letter to Mr. Ingold and have him drop in post-
office at Morganton or mail to you at Brindletown should you have
returned- I have received following amounts for excursion tickets sold.
Check from Junior Aid-Morganton- $66.60
Mr. Triplett Canvasser at Lenoir 00.00
Mr. Todd """"" 4.65
D. H. Warlick """ Granite Falls 15.75
J. Hunsucker "" Conover 22.00
Hudson, Maiden, & Claremont 00.00
Maximum amount for me to make as per contract $110.00
Sundry items as per bill rendered
Cash to Rev. Jacobs at train
Total gross amount of remittance possible for me to receive $150.30
Total amound already received
(as per above statement)
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