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Ralph's brother, Lee, and sister, Mary, also appear in this collection.

Denman's daughter), Sac City, Iowa) has high blood pressure (like her mom, Mollie? Denman, and dinner menu from 192012 March 1932 (Delmar Irvin to Frank's mother and sister, Hazel Irvin) purchase a "Carry On" for

Denman's daughter), Sac City, Iowa) has high blood pressure (like her mom, Mollie? Denman, and dinner menu from 192012 March 1932 (Delmar Irvin to Frank's mother and sister, Hazel Irvin) purchase a "Carry On" for $1.50, 2 week revival in church, Lutie is ill, committee meetings, desire to write poems like Frank, inspiration: Isaiah January 1933 (Lois Denman Stubblefield to Lutie Denman Irvin, Peoria, IL) dress shopping, $1 for Lutie to spend - not save! E.'s birthday-will Lutie invite him, since Lois is afraid to make the trip?

), selling house, furniture, Nan works at library leaving housework for Bess, infant health, trouble with "ornery" renter, unemployment, no money29 July 1921 (Lois Denman Stubblefield from sanitarium in Hinsdale, IL) panoramic view of place, suitcase not arrived yet, home in "a day or two," cp. 23 February 1933 (Lois Denman Stubblefield to Lutie Denman Irvin, Peoria, IL) Wants Frank to get skates for her girls, Sara Jean and Media Jayne, dentistry, birthday party -ice cream, angel food cake, games, entertaining S. class - cherry pie and coffee27 September 1933 (Louis Howe, The White House Secretary, Washington DC to Frank Irvin, Normal, IL) the president has received your letter, he has asked me to thank you most heartedly for sending your poem27 September 1934 (Lucy F.

Correspondence received individually by Armedia Charity Carlock and Daniel Enyart Denman first appears in 1874.

The two, who married 9 February 1883, are the earliest "protagonists" of this collection.

Winton Carlock, Media's father, passed away 7 January 1914, leaving D. Most of the correspondence collected by Gene and Media after Lydia's death consists of holiday cards and graduation, wedding and baby announcements.

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Denman's daughter), Sac City, Iowa) has high blood pressure (like her mom, Mollie? Denman, and dinner menu from 192012 March 1932 (Delmar Irvin to Frank's mother and sister, Hazel Irvin) purchase a "Carry On" for $1.50, 2 week revival in church, Lutie is ill, committee meetings, desire to write poems like Frank, inspiration: Isaiah January 1933 (Lois Denman Stubblefield to Lutie Denman Irvin, Peoria, IL) dress shopping, $1 for Lutie to spend - not save! E.'s birthday-will Lutie invite him, since Lois is afraid to make the trip?), selling house, furniture, Nan works at library leaving housework for Bess, infant health, trouble with "ornery" renter, unemployment, no money29 July 1921 (Lois Denman Stubblefield from sanitarium in Hinsdale, IL) panoramic view of place, suitcase not arrived yet, home in "a day or two," cp. 23 February 1933 (Lois Denman Stubblefield to Lutie Denman Irvin, Peoria, IL) Wants Frank to get skates for her girls, Sara Jean and Media Jayne, dentistry, birthday party -ice cream, angel food cake, games, entertaining S. class - cherry pie and coffee27 September 1933 (Louis Howe, The White House Secretary, Washington DC to Frank Irvin, Normal, IL) the president has received your letter, he has asked me to thank you most heartedly for sending your poem27 September 1934 (Lucy F.Correspondence received individually by Armedia Charity Carlock and Daniel Enyart Denman first appears in 1874.The two, who married 9 February 1883, are the earliest "protagonists" of this collection.Winton Carlock, Media's father, passed away 7 January 1914, leaving D. Most of the correspondence collected by Gene and Media after Lydia's death consists of holiday cards and graduation, wedding and baby announcements.

.50, 2 week revival in church, Lutie is ill, committee meetings, desire to write poems like Frank, inspiration: Isaiah January 1933 (Lois Denman Stubblefield to Lutie Denman Irvin, Peoria, IL) dress shopping,

Denman's daughter), Sac City, Iowa) has high blood pressure (like her mom, Mollie? Denman, and dinner menu from 192012 March 1932 (Delmar Irvin to Frank's mother and sister, Hazel Irvin) purchase a "Carry On" for $1.50, 2 week revival in church, Lutie is ill, committee meetings, desire to write poems like Frank, inspiration: Isaiah January 1933 (Lois Denman Stubblefield to Lutie Denman Irvin, Peoria, IL) dress shopping, $1 for Lutie to spend - not save! E.'s birthday-will Lutie invite him, since Lois is afraid to make the trip?

), selling house, furniture, Nan works at library leaving housework for Bess, infant health, trouble with "ornery" renter, unemployment, no money29 July 1921 (Lois Denman Stubblefield from sanitarium in Hinsdale, IL) panoramic view of place, suitcase not arrived yet, home in "a day or two," cp. 23 February 1933 (Lois Denman Stubblefield to Lutie Denman Irvin, Peoria, IL) Wants Frank to get skates for her girls, Sara Jean and Media Jayne, dentistry, birthday party -ice cream, angel food cake, games, entertaining S. class - cherry pie and coffee27 September 1933 (Louis Howe, The White House Secretary, Washington DC to Frank Irvin, Normal, IL) the president has received your letter, he has asked me to thank you most heartedly for sending your poem27 September 1934 (Lucy F.

Correspondence received individually by Armedia Charity Carlock and Daniel Enyart Denman first appears in 1874.

The two, who married 9 February 1883, are the earliest "protagonists" of this collection.

Winton Carlock, Media's father, passed away 7 January 1914, leaving D. Most of the correspondence collected by Gene and Media after Lydia's death consists of holiday cards and graduation, wedding and baby announcements.

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Denman's daughter), Sac City, Iowa) has high blood pressure (like her mom, Mollie? Denman, and dinner menu from 192012 March 1932 (Delmar Irvin to Frank's mother and sister, Hazel Irvin) purchase a "Carry On" for $1.50, 2 week revival in church, Lutie is ill, committee meetings, desire to write poems like Frank, inspiration: Isaiah January 1933 (Lois Denman Stubblefield to Lutie Denman Irvin, Peoria, IL) dress shopping, $1 for Lutie to spend - not save! E.'s birthday-will Lutie invite him, since Lois is afraid to make the trip?), selling house, furniture, Nan works at library leaving housework for Bess, infant health, trouble with "ornery" renter, unemployment, no money29 July 1921 (Lois Denman Stubblefield from sanitarium in Hinsdale, IL) panoramic view of place, suitcase not arrived yet, home in "a day or two," cp. 23 February 1933 (Lois Denman Stubblefield to Lutie Denman Irvin, Peoria, IL) Wants Frank to get skates for her girls, Sara Jean and Media Jayne, dentistry, birthday party -ice cream, angel food cake, games, entertaining S. class - cherry pie and coffee27 September 1933 (Louis Howe, The White House Secretary, Washington DC to Frank Irvin, Normal, IL) the president has received your letter, he has asked me to thank you most heartedly for sending your poem27 September 1934 (Lucy F.Correspondence received individually by Armedia Charity Carlock and Daniel Enyart Denman first appears in 1874.The two, who married 9 February 1883, are the earliest "protagonists" of this collection.Winton Carlock, Media's father, passed away 7 January 1914, leaving D. Most of the correspondence collected by Gene and Media after Lydia's death consists of holiday cards and graduation, wedding and baby announcements.

for Lutie to spend - not save! E.'s birthday-will Lutie invite him, since Lois is afraid to make the trip?

), selling house, furniture, Nan works at library leaving housework for Bess, infant health, trouble with "ornery" renter, unemployment, no money29 July 1921 (Lois Denman Stubblefield from sanitarium in Hinsdale, IL) panoramic view of place, suitcase not arrived yet, home in "a day or two," cp. 23 February 1933 (Lois Denman Stubblefield to Lutie Denman Irvin, Peoria, IL) Wants Frank to get skates for her girls, Sara Jean and Media Jayne, dentistry, birthday party -ice cream, angel food cake, games, entertaining S. class - cherry pie and coffee27 September 1933 (Louis Howe, The White House Secretary, Washington DC to Frank Irvin, Normal, IL) the president has received your letter, he has asked me to thank you most heartedly for sending your poem27 September 1934 (Lucy F.

Correspondence received individually by Armedia Charity Carlock and Daniel Enyart Denman first appears in 1874.

The two, who married 9 February 1883, are the earliest "protagonists" of this collection.

Winton Carlock, Media's father, passed away 7 January 1914, leaving D. Most of the correspondence collected by Gene and Media after Lydia's death consists of holiday cards and graduation, wedding and baby announcements.

Lutie Denman taught school in Kentucky for a short time beginning in 1913 and later married Frank Irvin of Normal, IL. Both daughters remained in close contact with their father after Media's death in 1928 through his death in 1939 In the next generation, the letters in this collection follow most closely the family of Lutie (Denman) Irvin, Frank Irvin, and their two children, Betty Belle Irvin and Otis "Buddy" Irvin, who died very young.The Carlock/Denman/Irvin/Porter Collection contains chiefly personal correspondence, but also school records, calling cards, daily calendars, and photographs.The correspondence dates back to the 1850s with some scattered letters associated with the parents and grandparents of Daniel Enyart Denman of White Oak Grove, IL.in one week; Wants a picture of him, will give him a bookmark she made18 August 1879 (Media to Gene, Normal, IL) Hijinks and comedy of errors as she tries to visit Alvaretta, Francis; Attended church, Sunday School picnic; Has a terrible cold but her fun will not be ruined; Going to Will's with the girls for ice cream17 June 1881 (Media to Gene, Oak Grove, IL) Requests that he return picture of her; Remarks he has made have offended; She wouldn't ask if he had given a return picture, as requested; *Signature is cut out of letter20 June 1881 (Gene to Media, Oak Grove, IL) Picture enclosed-thought it had been a gift; "Such is life man is doomed to disappointment"; Lizzie's influence? Smith - chairman of Religious Work on the YMCA International Committee, Raymond Robins Chicagoan devoted to social work, conflict: is Lydia willing to move to Oregon?Should mind her own business; Media drafts a reply inside: Lizzie was not part of the decision; Gave him a picture expecting to receive one; She would never share their secret business or letters8 July 1881 (Media to Gene, Howard Lake Minn.) Visiting her brother Philip and Gene's sister/Philip's wife Jennie); Does NOT want to make up, convince him to "have her;" He is flattering himself with this idea; She is "not that kind of chicken;" He should treat girls he sees with respect afterwards; She would never mistreat anyone in her home; Synopsis of her trip11 December 1881 (Media to Gene, Oak Grove, IL) Of course she forgives; Good Book says to do so; She has a great deal to forgive, couldn't know rumors weren't true; He is distant from the church-why so ashamed? 22 January 1913 (Eugene, OR), Wednesday holiday, bookkeeping, Christian service vs.(self?Carlock to Media) inviting her with Lydia, house rentals vs. Carlock, Carlock, IL) (This is the husband of Melissa and father of Will and Alice, not to be confused with J. Carlock of Carlyle, Mont.)13 September 1923 (Guy, Lois (Denman) and Media Jayne Stubblefield, Bloomington, IL) baby development, dinner (dressing, sweet potatoes, creamed celery, watermelon), canned peaches, grapes for juice, dentist appt., 21 November 1924 (Margaret Wolf, Sac City Iowa) convalescence, description of medical "spell," visitors from Nebraska (other Carlocks? ), work on townsite and dam building, try to get reappointed to the work, will send pictures. 4 December 1934 (Ada Freeman, Pacific Grove, Calif.) Simm's trouble? Hurts to bend head-cannot write much, blindness and wearing glasses, a widow for 15 years, drinking, radio, telephone, shell collection, 17 December 1936 (Ada Freeman, Pacific Grove, Calif.) telephone, radio and neighbor make her thankful-as every year!