Letter, 2 August 1894.


Letter, 2 August 1894.

Poynter's letter to J and H discussing Hebrew children playing in a nearby meadow; her son, Horace's, interest in the Japanese and Chinese, and the knowledge his grandfather has on the subject; her feelings towards the two people; and Drs. Irvine and Pope trying to raise funds for a school in Simpsonville.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7604325

The Filson Historical Society

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Science Hill Female Academy (Shelbyville, Ky.)

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