Letter 43
Contributed by Kathleen Haynes      Contact Myrtle Bridges     June 01, 2008

                                      Fayetteville, NC
				      April 7, 1902

Dear Aunt Jennie,
	It has been a long, long time since I have written to you, but you know " procrastination 
is the thief of time." How is everybody in Morganton? I suppose you know that the lady that 
boards us (Mrs. Harrall) was married last week and day after to-morrow we will move to Mrs. 
Campbell's who lives in the "Kyle"  house next to the Episcopal Church. I saw Mr. Ike Avery 
here during the Sunday School Convention. Everybody is playing base-ball here now. We have 
had a great many fires here in the past two weeks. I saw Alexander Taylor this afternoon. He 
is staying at Mrs. Ben Huskes' I am getting along very well at school. We have been having 
examinations, you know we have them once a month in everything. A great many people are going 
from here to Charleston to the Exposition. Give my love to Gordon, Alex, Wilson and Cousin 
Frank and the girls. Lovingly, Donald.

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