Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 3480. Letter written by Laura B. Cherry, Indianapolis, Indiana, to John Marion Stahl, Jr., Bowling Green, Kentucky, in which she states her desire “to make your life happy and sweet.” It includes a facsimile of a $7 postal money order from Cherry to Stahl. In April 1915, Cherry sent a promissory note for thirty dollars to be drawn on Bowling Green’s American National Bank. She did not sign the note, so also included is a short letter to Stahl from J. Whit Potter, President of the American National Bank advising Stahl that the note is invalid until Cherry signs it.
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Folklife Archives, Manuscripts &, "Cherry, Laura B. (Render), 1881-1942 (SC 3480)" (2019). MSS Finding Aids. Paper 4755.