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Adams, Charles, 1862 Aug-Sep
Bates writes regarding putting Henry (his son?) out to "some place." His father thinks it best, but he does not agree. He requests that Adams do nothing about "getting a place."
Curtiss writes from Hartford about the health of friends, the weather, her sore hand, and indelible pencils and obtaining a highly recommended ink. She received "that letter" from her mother, who thinks she should go to Ravenna as soon as the canal opens and keep house. She thinks she should rather stay in this part of the world.
Adams writes from Buffalo to his niece about Sarah's nice words about Julia, family news, reading, and his activities.
Richards, Sarah Adams, 1811-1813
Wessells, Julia Adams How, 1861-1862
Wessells writes from Buffalo to her sister about surprise at receiving a letter from her given her condition, news of family and friends, entertainments she has attended, her schooling, and the national political climate and President Lincoln.
Wessell writes to her sister from Buffalo about Adams's illness, news of family and friends, the news from the South and civil war, singing a song at a school concert, and attending musical events.
Wessells writes from Buffalo to her sister to wish her a happy birthday, news of family and friends, making a catalogue of uncle's library, her singing, and social activities.
Wessells writes to her mother that they are getting along well with sewing and housekeeping, this is father's fifty-seventh birthday, they have visited Sarah's grave, she supposes her mother will be in Buffalo soon and recommends friends to visit.