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SANTA CLAUS’ LETTERS
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Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me a little red wag
on and some apples, candy, bananas,
and oranges and all kind of nuts,
and please bring me a big teddy
bear and don’t forget my mamma
and papa.
Your little four-year old boy
CLAYTON SPROUSE.
Oakland, Miss. , Route 1.
I have been good. Help my moth
er cook and daddie work. Bring m
a little stove, some dishes, bank, red
shoes, apples, gum and candy. I am
2 years and 10 months old. Don’t
forget Aunt Mary and little Mary
Annis for they have been good some
times.
Your little boy,
NATHAN EARL TERRELL.
Water Valley. Miss., Dec. 18, 1919.
Dear Santa Claus:
I want you to be at the Christmas
tree at Miss Mary Nick’s home.
I want you to bring me some candy
apples. I will be at the Christmas
tree that night. I am going to school
I like my teacher fine. Her name is
Miss Mary Vick.
She is a good teacher. I am in the
fifth grade.
Your little boy,
ANDREW BOLTON.
Water Valley, Miss., Dec. 8, 1919.
Dear Santa Glaus:
Please bring me a doll that will
open and shut her eyes, apples,
oranges, candy and all kinds of nuts.
Santa C'aus be sure and come to the
Xmas tree at our teacher’s home,
Miss Mary Vick, and bring your
wife Santa Claus:
Please bring me some. six grade
books. I have been selling Xmas
seals.
Your girl,
MARTHA GREER EVANS.
Water Valley, Miss.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl ten years of age,
and want you to bring me a big doll
and some fruits nuts and candy, toys
and some little dishes and fire crack
ers and don’t forget mamma and
papa, brothers and sisters.
I will leave the rest for the other
little children, this is al dear Santa.
Look on the dining room table and
get your supper. Bye Bye.
ANNA IRENE CREWS.
Water Valley, Miss., Route 1.
Water Valley, Miss., Dec. 8, 1919.
Dear Santa Claus:
How are you getting along? Fine
I hope and making toys for us. I
want you to brnig me something good.
Apples and oranges and candy and
figs. I want ycu to bring me a set
of sixth grade books. Be good to
everybody. Come to our teacher’s
house Christmas night to the Xmas
tree. Bring my little brother a set
of A. B. C. blocks. I want you to
bring me a good pair of shoes. Bring
papa and mamma something good.
Your little boy,
EARL BREWER EVANS.
Dear Old Santa:
Please bring me a pretty doll.
Bring my little sisters and brothers
something nice too. Bring me some
fruit cand and nuts.
Your little girl,
LUDIE COOPER.
■uear oanui:
Please bring me a gun, fire works,
fruits, nus and candy. I am going to
school and study 3rd grade. Come
to the Xmas tree.
Your little boy,
VERNON HARMON.
Water Valley, Miss., Dec. 8, 1919.
Dear Santa Claus:
I have been a very good girl. Please
bring me a big sleeping doll, apple,
candy, orange, raisins, buggy, wagon,
I am in the third grade. I am
studying hard for the fourth grade.
Christmas bring me a ball. Come to
Miss Mary Vick house Christmas
eve night.
NEOMA WALTER3.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me a doll and some
doll clothes. Please bring me all
kinds of nuts and some oranges,
cocoanuts and candy and apples and
everything you can bring. I am a
smart little girl, age 14 years and
in the fifth grade.
Your little girl as ever,
LEEDIE GROSS.
Pope, Miss., Route 1.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 9 years old. I am
mamma’s baby so please bring me
some candy, nuts, apples, oranges
and bananas.
Your little boy,
S. T. CARDWELL.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl, 9 years old.
Please bring me some apples, candy,
bananas and a doll that will go to
sleep.
Your little girl,
CORINE MILLER.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 7 months old and
will you please bring me a cocoanut,
some candy, Apples, and all kinds
of nuts and a rubber doll that crys.
Your little girl,
KATIE MILLER.
Dear Santa:
Please bring me lots of fruits,
candy, nuts and toys. I am going to
school and studying to make the 6th
grade. We are helping our toacher
sell Xmas seals.
Your little boy,
MESHACH TRUE. JR.
Dear Old Santa Claus:
I am a little baby boy 2 years old.
I want a wagon and music box.
Your friend,
EUGENE GARRETT.
Dear Santa Claus:
I hope you are all right. 1 hope
Santa you are all right. I want some
apples, oranges and raisins and some
fire crackers and sparklers. Good
bye to you dear old Santa.
Your boy, .
OTTO WORD.
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Water Valley, Miss., Dec. 8, 1919.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please brng me a bugle, doll, toy
pistol, candy, apples, oranges, and all
kinds of nuts. Santa Claus do not
forget me? 1 am mamma’s and pa
pa’s baby only 4 years old, do not
forget them.
Your little boy,
JAMES GORDON EVANS.
Water Valley, Miss., Dec. 8, 1919.
Dear Santa Claus:
Bring me a sleeping doll and some
candy, apples, roanges, bananas and
raisins. I am in the fourth grade. I
am 10 years old bring me a little
buggy and wagon, some dishes, a
a dress. Be sure to come to our1
teacher’s home on Christmas eve
night.
Your little girl,
CLEORA BELL.
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Water Valley, Miss., Dec. 8, 1919.
Dear Santa Claus:
I hope you are not drawn out. We
want you to come to the Chrstmas
tree Christmas eve night at Miss
Mary Vicks, our school teacher.
I want you to 'come to see me. j
Please bring me a rifle some fire;
crackers, apples, oranges, candy,:
and nuts of all kind.
I won’t beg you to bring too much.
Your little boy,
VASSAR EVANS.
Dear Santa:
Please bring me a sleeping doll,
dol buggy and bed little stove, and
dishes, fruits, and nuts of all kind.
Your little girl,
ALINE ARRINGTON.
P, S. Don’t forget David and
Lucy and come to the Xmas tree.
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Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me a sleeping doll sat i
of dishes little stove," candy, apples,
oranges, nuts and raisins. I amj
going to school at Athens and have;
been real good. Don't forget my|
little brothers.
Your little girl,
ARLENE ARRINGTON.
Dear Old Santa Claus:
I am 6 years old. wish you would
send me a doll and a doll bed,
Your friend,
LOUISE GARRETT.
Dear Old Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 7 years old. I
wish you would send me a gun and
wagon.
Your friend,
EDWARD GARRETT.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me a little red wagon,
a beautiful locket, and lots of paint
and powder.
Your little girl,
PHOEBE CARY CARDWELL.
Dear Santa:
Please bring me appples, oranges,
nuts, cocoanuts and toys.
I am going to school at Athens.
Your little boy,
EARL BOLTON.
P. S. Don’t forget my little
sister Gladys.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me a doll, bed, buggy,
little stove, set of dishes and 3rd
grade books, fruits nuts *nd candy,
a doll trunk, and don’t forget James.
SARAH PERSON EVANS.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me fruits, nuts, sleep
in: doll, little stove and dishes.
.Your little girl,
VIOLA BELL.
Water Valley, Miss., Dec. 18, 1919.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring us toy fiddle, a little
rubber doll that will cry, a little red
wagon and a goat, a little pop gun,
and plenty of fruits and candy.
Your little boy and girl,
SALLIE PIPKIN.
HILTON SBllTH.
Dear Old Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 4 years old. I want
a wheelbarrow, and set of garden
tools.
Your friend,
WINFULT GARRETT.
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Dear Santa:
Please bring me fruits, nuts, candy.
I am going to school and have been
a good little boy. The school is going
to have a Xmas tree so don’t forget
to come and bring your sled. Full
of nice presents.
Your little boy,
DWIGHT TRUE.
Water Valley, Miss., Dec. 8, 1919.
Dear Santa Claus:
I hope that you are not drowned.
We are looking for you and your
wife Xmas eve night at our teacher’s
home. At Miss Mary Vick’s home.
Santa Claus I won’t ask you for any
thing. I will wait and see what you
bring me. But do not forget our
teacher.
Your little girl,
SUSIE EVANS.
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Water Valley, Miss., Dec. 8, 1919.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me a ball, candy, '
apples, oranges and all kinds of
nuts ni\d some cocoanuts.
Your little boy,
FRANK EVANS.
Water Valley, Miss., Dec. 8, 1919.
Dear Santa Claus:
I hope you are not drowned. 1
want you to come to the Xmas tree.
It is going to be at my teacher’s
home Xmas eve night. We all are
going to be there. You come too. I
want you to bring me a box of six
handkerchiefs and some oranges, nuts
and apples. Anything that you want
to bring. I go to school at Athens
School. Be sure and come ■ to the
Christmas tree. We are going to
look for you Xmas.
From your girl,
LUCILLE WALTERS
Water Valley, Miss., Dec. 8, 1919
Dear Santa Claus:
I want you to come to see me
Xmas night. I am 3 years old. I
am a sweet little girl. I want you to
bring me a doll, some candy, apples,
nuts, oranges. I want a big doll that
will go to sleep. I am mamma and
papa’s baby girl. I want you to bring .
me a red belt, don’t forget Nathan.
Please bring me a cooking pot. I
have a little stove. Come to see me
Christmas eve.
Your little girl,
MARTHA LOUISE TERRELL.
Dear Santa:
Please come to the Xmas tree at
Miss Mary Vick's Xmas eve night.
There is to be one there only for the
school children at Hopewell.
I am going to school and study
hard, my teacher’s name is Mary
Vick, I like her fine. She is good to
us children. Bring me some fruit,
candy, nuts, and all kinds of toys.
Don’t forget anyone and bring papa
and mamma something too,
Your little boy,
ALTON ARRINGTON
Greenwood, Miss., Dec. 20, 1919
Dear Old Santa:
We have moved from Cleveland to
Greenwood now, don’t miss us. We
want plenty of nee toys and some
nice fruit, candy and nuts.
Your little kiddies,
CHARLES, GALE, AND RUTH
PATE WOMACK,
Water Valley, Miss., Dec. 8, 1919.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a good little girl at school.
Bring me some apples, raisins,
bananas, a box of silk handkerchiefs,
a set of little dishes. I have some
very good lessons.
Please bring me some nuts.
Prom your little egirl,
GATTJE WORD
Dear Old Santa;
I am a little girl six years of age.
I want some fruit and a crying doll,
and a ring No. 6.
Goodbye to dear old Santa.
FRANCES McKEE
Dear Old Santa:
I am a litle girl eleven years of
age. I want you to bring me some
apples and some oranges, some
bananas, and some candy and a ring
No. 6 H, and that is all I will ask of
you.
ELOUISE McKEE
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 8 years old.
Please bring me a little violin, a
wagon that I can haul stove wood on
Plenty of fire crackers and fruit
Your little boy,
carl McCullough.
Deter Santa Claus:
I am a little girl eight years old,
and study first grade books, and I am
good to mind my teacher and my
mamma. So win you please bring
me a pretty doll and a little bed and
a little stove and some doll dishes
and some apples and candy.
Your little friend,
RUBY GROSS.
Popo, Miss., Route 1.
Dear Santa:
I am a little girl nine years of
age. I have been going to school
four years and I am in the fifth
grade and I try to be good so please
bring me a gold ring, No. 7, 4 apples,
six bananas, and lots of candy.
Goodby to dear old Santa, we will
have your supper in the bottom of
the safe and eat heartily.
GLADE McKEE.

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