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  • Tags: Poems

Wat-Agr-11-014.jpg
This image shows a document titled "A Collect for Club Women" that features a poem for a club in Watauga County.

Bkg-Dor-01-012.pdf
A copy of a typed transcription of a letter written by Confederate soldier G. K. Griggs. At the top of the letter, undated, is a poem written by William Cabaniss while encamped at Pittsylvania, Virginia. It consists of a short, patriotic, poem or…

Jam-Mas-05-028.pdf
This item is a newspaper clipping of the poem "What Are You Weaving." It was written by "Mary Artem isia Lathbury." There are names handwritten on the clipping that appear to be "Maude Mast or Hattie Swift" on the right, and "Blache Stokes" on the…

Jam-Mas-02-053.pdf
One page three stanza poem that starts "Look here you old Bachelor you" There is a cut out of a balding and bearded man that is pinned through the paper to the top of the page. It appears to be a homemade "vinegar valentine," which was a rude…

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-02-047.pdf
Two page handwritten letter from Mary W. Brown to Miss Mary Mast. The letter is written on a small piece of paper and folded into two "pages" that cannot be separated. The envelope is 5.5 by 10 centimeters. The letter wishes Miss Mary Mast a happy…
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