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Lena’s Postcards #25

Wabash, Indiana, December 20, 1910, 5:30 PM

Addressed to:
Mrs. Lena Hackleman
Fayette Co.

Dear Lena –
The Updegraffs at Wabash wish you all the best there is for Xmas. We may sell our [?] here and buy a Turkey for Xmas.
Harry U.

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Lena’s Postcards #22

September 20, 1909, 8 PM, Wabash, Ind.

Addressed to:
Miss Ball Scofield
Fayett Co.

Sept.-20 1909 Wabash
Dear sister Ball:
Hope this will find you well & happy. give love to Ella, Lena & your dear self. Harry is teaching. I have full care of the stores. Am home sick to rec. you three sisters. –
CeCe Hargrove

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Lena’s Postcards #12

Wabash, Indiana December 21, 1911 12-M

Addressed to:
Mrs. Lena Hackelman
Fayett Co

Wishing you all the joys of the season. With love, from sister Cecilia Hargrove
Wabash Ind
392 East Hill st

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Smallpox Epidemic, Part LV

Indianapolis Journal - 1900-04-03 (Smallpox epidemic)Measles Epidemic at Wabash

Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
WABASH, Ind., April 2. – There are fifty cases of measles in this city, as reported by Health Officer Lorin W. Smith, who says the disease is spreading rapidly. Some of those afflicted with the disease are very ill.

Case of Smallpox at Peru.

Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
PERU, Ind., April 2., – Considerable excitement was caused here to-day by the discovery that Clarence Fetro, a freight conductor of this city, has been stricken with smallpox. The house is under quarantine.

“Measles Epidemic at Wabash,” and “Case of Smallpox at Peru,” The Indianapolis Journal (Indianapolis, Indiana), 3 April 1900, p. 2, col. 2; digital image, Chronicling America (http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/ : accessed 31 January 2015).