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..JOE M. BRANCH, PASTOR
I wrote you from N. 0. yesterday
and wired you from DeFUniac Springs this morning.The
infor.mation that I received here is a letter asking
my judgement about a matter ~at causes me to have to
inform you •ore tully about the matter.
The lad,JI spoke me about this some
six weeks ago. Said the ·money would be ready this fall.
She is one of the finest women th~ Intnow. She has ·
a sort o! a notion that when ahe dies that she will
have to report to a certain gentleman who lives in
Fort Worth. Every body in the u. s. has heard of this
Gentleman.sec has read the papers(his) for soae ttmt.
It was on her account that I sent a messa~ some few days ago •
I receivedcinformation this morning ·that causes me to think
that she is considering making this gift to hta.I
felt until now th& I could handle the matter by myself
but have gotten a little uneasy and hence! have asked
for your help.
It is a little hard ~o make your self
alear about a matter of this k!Ddin a letter.If you will
talk to Dr. Price he can tell you some thiDi of s8Me. It
m&)t be presumptious oin me to think that the Seminary
even wants this amount.! have supposed that it did.
J11 ir5t ~a¥ti5t Qllturt:lt
.JOE M. BRANCH, PASTOR
Hence I have and am doing all I canfor it even at the
expense of bein& misunderstood.
Jce M. Branc:h.
Pardon signimc withoatpen • Am 25 miles from a R. R.
in West Fla.Havnt and cant find a pen any where.
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