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Vol. V.
NASHVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1910.
No. 51
Little Ones Write Letters To Santa Claus.
CHRISTMAS
NUMBER
Part Two.
JULf
Dear SantaI am a little boy seven
years old. I want a rain coat, a new
pair of shoes, a tool box, also a tri
cycle. Just plenty of good things to
eat I have been a good little boy.
Your little boy,
CHESTER WILLIAMS.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Dear Santa I am a little girl nine
years old. I help my mamma and
go to school every day. I want you to
bring me a nice pair of gloves, some
handkerchiefs, a story book and a
large Negro doll; anything else tbfci
would be nice; plenty of eatables.
Your little girl,
ROSELIND WILLIAMS.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 14, 1910.
Santa Claus I want a wagon and
a drum and a train that can run on
a tract, and a magic lantern. Dear
old Santa, I want all kinds of nuts
anrl some dates and som oranges,
and a big red taxi-cab.
J. M BOSTICK. Jr.
S05 17th Avenue, South.
Nashville, Tenn., Dec, 15, 1910.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little
girl seven years old. I do not want
very much this Christmas. I only
want a 'guying tricycle and a pretty
doll and something to pat., Good-bye
old Santa Claus.
Your little girl,
MATTIE LOUISE BOSTICK.
805 17th Avenue, South.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little
boy eight years old. I am in the
second B. grade. Please bring me a
sled, a gun, cap, gloves, and a lot of
' nice things to eat and some lire
works.
T. S Please don't, forget my little
cousins, J. W. and R. A. Williams.
Your little friend,
JAMES NATHANIEL JOHNSON.
322 Berry Street, Nasnville, Tenn.
Nashville, Tenn., Dev. 14, 1910.
npnf nid Santa I am a little gir
and I want you to bring me a little i
orto and a little doll and some canay
and some oranges and a rocker horse
and a washing tub and yes a little
cooking stove, and a little aoil oea.
My name is little Lucy Mai Pierce.
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 1910.
Dear -Old Santa I am a little girl
eleven years old. I thought I would
write and tell you what I want. I
want a new hat, dress, story book, a (
pair of gloves, a pair of over-shoes,
please bring me a pop-stick, and I
want a game of old maids. Well this
i3 all. Don't forget papa, mama,
sisters, nephews and brothers. Please
bring me some candy, nuts, oranges,
fire works, or anything else nice for
a little girl like me.
GENIVEVE JOHNSON.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little
boy eight years old. I go to school
when the weather is fair and my ;
teacher says I am very smart. Please ;
bring me some fire works and plenty '
good things to eat. Good-bye.
Your little boy,
JOHN D. PARRISH.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little
girl ten years old. I go to school
every day. Please bring me a new
dress, a doll' and pair of kid gloves.
Don't forget my little brother George.
Please bring him something nice.
Bye bye.
From your little friend.
VIOLA BUCHANAN.
Straightway Ave., Moore Town.
Nashville, Tenn'., Dec. 15, 1910.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little boy
not quite two years old and I am very
good. I write to let you know what
I want for Xmas. Please bring me a
white sweater that buttons on the
side, and some nice toys, and oranges
candy and bananas. I wont be at
my mother's in Pittsburg. I will be
at my grandma's. So remember her
and also my aunt and uncle.
From your loving little boy,
MILLER BERNARD BOOKER.
,1001 Jefferson Street.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little
girl two years old. I want you to
bring mp a Negro doll and a set of
doll dishes. And don't forget my
grandfather Arman Rhodes. And
please bring me a wagon and candles
and figs and oranges.
From your little girl.
CORA RUCKER.
924 Jackson Street.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little bov
four years old. I have been a good
boy the whole year around. And I
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' MLLE. MARIE E. BURTON,
Celebrated Soprano of Chicago 111., who will
make her first appearance in Nashville at
Meharry Auditorium Mon. Eve. Jan. 2, 1911.
want you to bring me a drum and j
a horn and a wagon. And don't for-1
get my sweet Aunt Cora Phillips. I
And dear Santa Clause, bring me a
suit. And don't forget my mother j
and father. .
From your little boy,
ARMAN RUCKER.
Jackson Street.
924
Eagleville, Tnn., Dec. 13, 1910. '
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl just five years old
and I have boon very smart, helped
mamma to scour, wash the dishes,
sweep the floor, dust and do a lot of
other things, and I want you to bring
me a big Negro doll and plenty of
candies, oranges, nuts and anything
else you like. Please don't forget
dear mamma, papa and my big Sister
Eliza, Brother John D. and the little
orphan boy who jnakes his home with
us. Good-bye, dear Santa, I remain
Your little girl,
LUCY MAI 9. PARRISH,
R. F. D. 3, Eagleville, Tenn.
Chicago, 111.
' Dear Sandy I am a little girl five
years old. I have no mother. I would
like for to remember me to a Negro
doll and a little buggy and everything
nice that you have.
GLADYS E. WEBB.
3C20 Calumet avenue, Chicago, 111.
Dear Santa Claus I thought I
would write and tell you what I want
you to bring me. I am fourteen years
old. Bring me a set of furs. Bring
me some candy, apples, oranges and
nuts and also plenty of fireworks.
Don't forget mama, papa and my
teacher, Miss S. M. Overstreet. Bring
them something nice. Bv by.
MILRIA HALL.
lo'lG Jackson.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl
seven years old. I want you to bring
me a doll and dresser and a wash
stand and also a safe. This Is all for
this time. Don't forget to bring me
plenty of apples, candy, nuts and or
anges. I will go to bed early. From
ALBERTA HALL.
lGlt) Jackson street.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl
eight years old. Please bring me a
doll, washstand and a dresser, plenty
of candy, oranges, apples and iv.ts. 1
go to school. By by.
AR MAY HALL,
Dear Santa I am a little girl just
three years old. Please bring
me a large doll that will go to slee
and a little doll set dishes, pair of
gloves, some ribbon, candy, nuts, and
oranges. Santa, please don't forget
my teacher, Mr. Edward L. Blanken
ship. Please bring him something
nice. From your little girl,
GEORGIA McROUSE.
G14 Fern street.
Dear Santa Claus Please bring me
a brown hat turned down all the way
round, some red brown and black rib
bun, two yards of each, some stock
ings. Also remember my seatmate,
Louise. She wants a box of linen
writing paper. And remember my
Sunday-school teacher, Miss Sadie.
Bring her something nice. I also want
a pair of button patent leather shoes.
Bve bye. Yours sincerely,
BIRDIE McADOO.
P. S You can -come in the front
door; the dog won't bite you. Don't
forget some fruit.
Dear Old Kris Here comes your
two little boys. This Is our first time
to write to you. Please bring us a
horn, a hobby horse, some stockings
also nuts, apples, oranges, candy and
lots of gsod things to eat. Also re
member uiv Vttle friends, Clara C. and
Lillian B Fweeney. Bring them some
thing nice, md. dear Kris, don't for
get my llttl ? cousin, Edward, papa and
mama. Bye bye until Xmas. We will
go to bed and sleep sound.
GEORGE CHESTER and
WILLIE IRVING WHITE.
819 Sixteenth avenue, city.
My Dear Kris. I have been looking
for you a long time. I have tried to
be a good boy. Please bring me a ve
locipede, some little overalls. I am
just four years old and also bring me
some fruit. Plea?e remember my lit
tle cousins, Willie and George White.
Bnng them something, also remember
Big Uncle, papa, mama and Maria
T7"rt -s V J 1. .11 Mw.sfV4iM IAni
jye. From your little son,
EDWARD MEDDLING, Jr.
P. S. You can leave anything else
.hat you like.
Dear Santa Clause I have been a
laughty boy, but I am going to be
;ood now, so will you please forget
hat I have been bad and remember
ne this Xmas? I want you to bring
ne a gun, a wagon, a suit and a pair
if shoes. I want some fruits, candy
md nuts. Remember all the poor
hildren nd my mother and father.
Your little boy,
PHILIP D. COLLIER.
Antioch, Tenn.
Dear Old Santy As your time has
.bout arrived, I will write you a let
er for fear your have forgotten me.
have been a good little girl all thl3
ear. I am now six years of age. I
"fin read and count for you this time.
'ow, dear Santa, ploasc bring me
i sleepy doll, a dress, a cloak and
uvything else you have for a good lit
le girl. Of course I want some can
ly, nuts, apples, oranges an raisins.
on't forget mother, father and my
ther sisters and brothers. Your lit
le girl, CORA 13. COLLIER.
Dear Santa Claus I have been a
rood boy most of this year. I hope
'ou will come to see me and bring mo
i stockingful of nice things, also a
rain, a horn, some fireworks and some
V-B-C blocks. Remember all my little
"rionds. From your little boy,
- E. CREIGHTON WINSTON.
835 North Sixth street
Dear Old Santa I am a little boy
iiree years old and have been a good
ittle boy for all this year. Now, San-
y, please bring me a horn, a stocking
ap and a pair of shoes. I also want
ome candy, nuts and all kinds of
"ruits and anything else a good little
lioy like me needs. Remember my
mamma and papa. Don't forget my
.wo grandmothers and grandfathers.
FRANK BLAIR.
242 Fillmore street, Nashville, Tenn.
t
Antioch, Tenn.
rio'i. r11 IfHa T am a littlo hnv tWr
years old and have been good all this
year. Now I am going to ask you to
please bring me a teddy bear, a rock
ing horse and a collar for my little
dog. Bring me all kinds of fruit and
candies. Don't forget my sister, who
lives at 224 Fillmore street. Also re-
Hiemher my dear Aunt Annie 'and
Cousin Hannah. Your dear little boy,
KATHANUEL COLLIER.
You were very good to me last
Christmas, bo I write again. Please
bring me a wagon, auto, some ABC
blocks, plenty of fireworks and candy,
oranges, nuts and everything good to
eat. I am just two and a half years
old and a good l'ttle boy. Don't for
get sister.
Your little friend,
LOUIS K. THOMAS, Jr.
Der Santa Claus I am a very
good little girl and don't want much.
Please bring me a doll, a little auto,
a rocking chair and everythla? el&
you have for good little girls. Don't
forget my little brother, Louis.
Your little girl.
REBA YSOBEL THOMAS.
" Dear Santa Claus I am a little boy
nine years old. I have tried to get
my lessons well, but mamma says I
have not been as good as I could have
been. Please bring me a suit of
clothes, post card album, school cap,
ship that 'runs on wheels and plenty
of fireworks. I still have my same
stick and pistol to shoot caps. Dont
forget my cousins In Mnssillon, Ohio,
Aunt Houn's children, yon know, also
my couMn Callie Mattie Matthews; of
Eleventh avenue. North. Remember
my mamma and papa, also my little
cousin, Txiis Rozetta Thomas, of Riv
erside Cal.
Your little friend,
THOMAS EUGENE SMILEY.
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 13, 1910.
Denr Santa I am a little boy seven
years old, and very good to my par
ents. So I want you to bring me
some candy, nuts, oranges, firecrack
ers, vom?n candles and sparklers.
Don't, forget my friend. A. J. Norman.
She lives on Edgehill street. Bye bye.
LAURENCE ABERNATTTY.
132 Twelfth avenue, South, City.
Dear Santo Cbus I am a little girl
six ycrs old and I want you to bring
vo ., tricyok. a fct of furs and some
"-"..ly. nuts and oranges. Don't for.
ct mv niamiv.ii jmd papa and my lit-
tlo friend, Johnni j Estclla Lowery.
ring her toiuething nice. From your
little girl,
CLAUDINE K BRAMLETTE.
1915 Jeifcrcon street,
Nashville, Tenn.
Dear Santa, I am a little girl two
years old. I know all of my a-b-c's,
..on t you think 1 am very smart! 1
don't 'want much this Xmas. Pleaae
bring me a swt of furs, with pocket
book in the muff and some money in
it, to buy me some lace shoes. Bring
me some earrings and a bracelet, and
then I will have a set of Jewelry.
Bring Buddie a tricycle and fire
works. Don't forget Auntio Mildred.
Sho ir sick, but wants a veil and
gloves. That's all. Your little gir',
ARNETT BROWNE.
Columbia, Tenn.
Dep.r Santa Claus I am a little girl
eight years old and goes to school
every day, and my teaoher said that
I am mity smart and want you to
bring me a ten sent doll and a little
stove if you please and some candy,
orangies, apples and nuts. My name
is Annie Mai' Williams. My number
is Gl South Glade street. Good by.
From your, little girl,
ANNIE MAI WILLIAMS.
P. S. Don't forget mamma and
papa.
Columbia, Tenn., Dec. 23,
1910.
My Deas Santa Clauc I thought
that I would right you a few lines to
let you know what I wants. I wants
a doll and 3 doll piano and a doll
buggy and a doll trunic, a set of dish
es and a doll table, and a doll dresser
and some fireworks, candies, apples,
nuts and "a basket full of oranges. Re
member mama and papai. From your
little girl, Willie Mai Pillow. My,
girl, WILLIE MAI PILLOW.
My number is 87 Glade street.
Columbia, Tenn., Dec. 23, 1911.
Dear Santa Clause I thought that I
would write you a few lines to let
you know what I want. I am a little
girl eight years old and go to sqfiool
every day. I wants you to bring mc
a doll and a doll buggy and a doll
trunk and doll dishes and a doll stove,
and bring mamma and papa some
thing aLd don't forget Mrs. Mollie Mo
Lemore, bring her something nice.
Your little girl,
CHRISTINE PILLOW
I live at 87 Glade street.
P. S. Fill your arm with fireworks.
Columbia, Tenn., Dec. 25, 1910.
My Dear Santa Claus I thought
that I would write you a few lines to
let you know what I wants. I am a
little girl ten years old. I wants you
to bring me two dolls and a doll bug
gy and a set of dishes and a doll ma
chine and a doll heater and a doll
trunk, and a doll iron bod and doll
iron and some fireworks and candles
and nuts and fruits. Remember papa,
mother and my brother and Isaac and
his mother, Miss iMary Jane Webster.
So I will close. From your little
SUSIE BRONAUGII.
53 East Eighth street.
Dear Old Santy Clause I have been
a good girl all the year. I go to
school. I have been to school two
months and want a doll, candy, or
anges, banannas. I am onlv eight
years old, 1-B grade. I go to Napier
School. I have got two whippings. 1
hope jou will forgive me. I hav
been good as I can all th" year. It
shall not happen any more, if you
can. I remain yours,
ULESS SNODGRASS.
36 Maury street.
Lavergne, Tenn., Deo. 12. 1910.
My Dearest Santa I am a little boy
twelve years old and I go to school
every day and was pomoted to 4A
grade. I want you to bring me all
kind of fruits and please bring me a
suite of cloth. Now, Santa, don't for
get my mother and father and bring
all kinds of fireworks. Don't forget
my nieces, W. B. Nelson and Robert
C. Nelson. They lives In Nashville,
1301 South Market street. Now.
Santa, my letter is very short this
year. I remain your dear little boy,
MILBERT E. TRIMBLE.
P. S. Don't forget all my Sunday
school scholars.
Lavergne, Tenn., Dec. 12, 1910.
My Dear Santa T am a little boy
eleven years old and I go to school
every day, and I was pomoted this
year, second grade. I want you to
please bring me a wagon, bicycle,
horn and drum. Please bring me au
tomobile. Now, dear old Santa, bring
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