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Mr. Jordan is in favor of the college - he signed my petition [illegible] of them. Dr. Kenneth Bradford an alumnus and Wm. W. D. Mc[illegible] Jr. pastor of inaugural want to sign but I have sent all my petitions in. I did not realize that next week [illegible] do. I thought you wanted one this week. Perhaps I may come. I have tried to get others to go, but [illegible] useless. Sincerely Fannie B. King Feb. 12, 1914.
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Mr. Jordan is in favor of the college - he signed my petition or one of them.- Dr. Kenneth Bradford an alumnus and Wm. W. D. McDowell Jr. pastor of Immanuel want to sign but I have sent all my petitions in. I did not realize that next week would do - I thought you wanted one this wee - perhaps I may come - I have tried to get others to go, but without success.  
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Sincerely  
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Fannie B. King  
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Feb. 12, 1914.

Revision as of 17:13, 24 August 2019

Mr. Jordan is in favor of the college - he signed my petition or one of them.- Dr. Kenneth Bradford an alumnus and Wm. W. D. McDowell Jr. pastor of Immanuel want to sign but I have sent all my petitions in. I did not realize that next week would do - I thought you wanted one this wee - perhaps I may come - I have tried to get others to go, but without success. Sincerely Fannie B. King Feb. 12, 1914.