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Jam-Mas-05-021.pdf
This file is a sympathy card written from "Eude" to "Mrs. James B. Mast" (Myrtle Herring Mast) in Sherwood, North Carolina. It is sent with a five cent stamp. The image on the front of the card shows a pink floral arrangement with three lit candles.…

Jam-Mas-05-011.pdf
This letter is written to "Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Mast" (Newton Lafayette Mast and Addie Horton Mast) in Watauga County, North Carolina from "Maddie A." in Greensboro, North Carolina. The letter indicates that she is at Normal College. It is dated…

Jam-Mas-05-002.pdf
This letter appears to be a holiday card with a picture of "Ora" and family on the front. The letter is written to "Aunt Addie" (Addie Horton Mast). It describes the new place they live in town. The letter states that "Glenn" is in 2nd grade, "Ralph"…

Jam-Mas-05-013a.jpg
This postcard is written to "Miss Maude Mast" in Mast, North Carolina. It is mailed from "Pinkie" in Hickory, North Carolina and dated September 18, 1908. The postcard reads "Hello, haven't heard from you in such a long time guess you are going to…

Jam-Mas-02-051.pdf
One page handwritten letter from "Addie Horton" (later Addie Horton Mast) to "N. L. Mast" (Newton Lafayette Mast), Addressed. The letter is written on stationary that is folded several times and enclosed in an envelope measuring 12 by 7 centimeters.…

Jam-Mas-02-052.pdf
Four page handwritten letter from "Katie" to "N. L. Mast" (Newton Lafayette Mast) in Mast, North Carolina. The letter is written on one page of stationary that is folded into four sections and enclosed in an envelope measuring 13 by 8 centimeters.…

Jam-Mas-02-056.pdf
One page handwritten letter from "Addie Horton" (later Addie Horton Mast). It appears to be a response to the letter in item 055 as it expresses sympathy for hearing that the recipient is sick. She talks of missing him that morning at church and…

Jam-Mas-02-058.pdf
One page handwritten letter from "A. L. H." (later Addie Horton Mast) to "N. L. Mast" (Newton Lafayette Mast). It is address to him "'Hind the Counter." The letter is possibly from Arrow Valley and written on a piece of stationary with green and…

Jam-Mas-02-062.pdf
Two page handwritten letter from "Addie Horton" (later Addie Horton Mast) to "Newtie" (Newton Lafayette Mast). There is no envelope with the letter, but it appears to be in response to previous items 060 or 061. In the letter she wishes him to be…

Jam-Mas-02-064.pdf
Six page handwritten letter from "Addie Horton" (later Addie Horton Mast) to "Newt" (Newton Lafayette Mast). The letter is on two pieces of paper folded to make six "pages." The letter does not have an envelope but appears to be sent from Vilas, NC.…
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