C.K. Hill letter to J.T. Wright, October 16, 1925
Mr. Hill sends Society of the Cincinnati application papers to be signed by himself and James Polk Tarwater and returned to Mr. Hill.
Mr. Hill also tells Mr. Wright that he has sent the railroad tickets requested to Mr. Wright's friend.
--G. Anne Sloan
Dear Jim:- I am sending herewith your Cincinnati application paper, which I hope will please you, for it is quite “the berries” Please sign at the bottom of the 1st page, and have Uncle Polk sign the first reference blank on last page. Please ask him to sign his full name James Polk Tarwater. Please return the paper to me and I will forward to the President of the N.C. Society of the Cincinnati to be filed. Don’t think they will act on this application before next April, but they requested me to file the application as soon as possible. I was sorry not to be able to get a lower berth for your friend, but sent the upper berth and rail road tickets on to John Killibrew, Glen Mary, Tenn., yesterday afternoon by special delivery mail. The tickets were $9.17 Hope you enjoy the game. Yours, Friday 16th. ================================================== Transcription copyright © RoaneTNHistory.org 2005. All rights reserved. Archivist: Transcription and scan by G. Anne Sloan