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  • Invoice to James Pate from Edward Sang and Sons Nurserymen and Seed Merchants, October 25 1876
    ObjectText       Invoice to James Pate for 18 gooseberries and 8 blackcurrants from Edward Sang and Sons Nurserymen and Seed Merchants - .66 pounds. Invoice was sent October 25, 1878.
    ObjectText     Invoice to James Pate for 18 gooseberries and 8 blackcurrants from Edward Sang and Sons Nurserymen and Seed Merchants - .66 pounds. Invoice was sent October 25, 1878.
  • Letter from Agnes Pate to James Pate, Nov 9, 1876
    ObjectText       Letter to James Pate from his sister, Agnes Pate. Letter was sent on Nov 9, 1876 and discusses various family members and illnesses in the community. Page 1 Midtown Nov 9th 1876 My Dear James How are you keeping this cold weather? I am afraid you will be missing some ...
    ObjectText     Letter to James Pate from his sister, Agnes Pate. Letter was sent on Nov 9, 1876 and discusses various family members and illnesses in the community. Page 1 Midtown Nov ...
  • Letter to James Pate from Thomas Pate, December 31 1876
    ObjectText       Letter to James Pate from his brother Thomas Pate. The letter was sent December 31 1876. In the letter Thomas says Merry Christmas to his brother and provides an update on how he is doing. He states that they are selling very little milk and he thinks it is due ...
    ObjectText     Letter to James Pate from his brother Thomas Pate. The letter was sent December 31 1876. In the letter Thomas says Merry Christmas to his brother and provides an update ...
  • Letter from William Pate to James Pate, August 20, 1882
    ObjectText       A letter from William Pate (brother) to James Pate on August 20, 1882 discussing the farm. Page 1 Lethangie Kinrofs My Dear Brother, I have only once I think – and that very shortly – written you. Since you left here. I prefer – lazy as I am at writing ...
    ObjectText     A letter from William Pate (brother) to James Pate on August 20, 1882 discussing the farm. Page 1 Lethangie Kinrofs My Dear Brother, I have only once I think – ...
  • Letter from Martha Dykes to James Pate, January 18 1879
    ObjectText       Letter from Martha Dykes (a cousin) to James Pate, sent January 18, 1879. In the letter she discussed her school lessons, and how a girl named Mifs Scott went skating and got sick and died. Jessie scott was staying with Martha through the summer. She discussed how the farm was ...
    ObjectText     Letter from Martha Dykes (a cousin) to James Pate, sent January 18, 1879. In the letter she discussed her school lessons, and how a girl named Mifs Scott went skating ...
  • 1872 Envelope Addressed to James Pate
    ObjectText       An envelope addressed to James Pate. The date stamped is March 27th, 1872.
    ObjectText     An envelope addressed to James Pate. The date stamped is March 27th, 1872.
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