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Scope and Contents Reports they have a lot of sickness; the tinners have been tinning their house; her "fellow" came by on Sunday; describes a wedding that "did not come off."
Scope and Contents Had to work until seven o'clock; went to church the night before and heard a "beautiful sermon"; hopes to be able "to go up in Chesterfield," Virginia, for the weekend.
Writes that she is sorry to hear that Lottie's Uncle Dibbrel was burned; complains of a lot of sickness; describes a party in the country.
Scope and Contents Describes a trip to the country; claims she will never marry as "my fellow has gone back on me"; invites her down for the "protracted[?] meeting"; plans to visit her if the mill stops during the summer; sends greetings to various family members.
Reports that a cousin, Willie Holt, has died, possibly from typhoid fever; talks of the church meeting and the converts they have had.
Scope and Contents Sends best wishes to "the bride ang [sic] groom" [Lottie's uncle and his wife]; is afraid she will not be able to visit in the summer.
Scope and Contents Describes a weekend in the country; claims that her Uncle Edd was "craisy with whiskey when Willie died" but he has gotten better now; talks of mutual friends.
Anthelia Holt, Matoaca, Virginia, to "My Dear Friend" Lottie V. Clark, Namozine, Virginia, 1892 June 23
Scope and Contents Has been busy with a sick friend who died of "conjestion [sic] on the brain"; invites her down for the 4th of July.
Susie M. Eudaily, Charlotte Co., Virginia, to Lottie V. Clark, Namozine, Amelia County, Virginia, 1892 June 29
Anthelia Holt, Matoaca, Virginia, to "My Dear Friend," Lottie V. Clark, Namozine, Virginia, 1892 July 14
Went to a picnic and had a splendid time, but upon her return learned that a cousin had been killed at the railroad; would like to quit working at the mill; sends greetings to various family members.
Susie M. Eudaily, Drakes Branch, Virginia, to Lottie V. Clark, Namozine, Virginia, 1892 September 12
Susie M. Eudaily, Drakes Branch, Virginia, to Lottie V. Clark, Namozine, Virginia, 1892 September 29
Describes visit of friends from Petersburg, VA; talks of upcoming marriages; invites her and her family down for Christmas.
Scope and Contents Describes the many visitors and social events that have kept her busy; gives details of a wedding; talks of various young men; reports that a cousin has died--"I never felt as sorry for any boddy [sic] in my life as I did for his sweetheart--it seemed like her heart would break when she looked at him for the last time"; sends greetings to various family members.