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"Ella Oblinger"

"Ella Oblinger"

summary: Portrait of Ella E. Oblinger as a child. This photograph is one of forty-eight found in an album that probably belonged to Mattie Oblinger. The identifications are attributed to one of her daughters.

"This is the house papa built in Gove (sic) City."

"This is the house papa built in Gove (sic) City."

summary: Caption continues: "Now used as a lodge hall by the Masons. They added to it. Ella & Dixie" original size: 2x4

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, December 30, 1877

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family,...

number of pages: 4 p. summary: Uriah's section of this letter was misdated Dec. 30, 1878. Internal evidence (Uriah caught the mistake himself) indicates that it must have been written on Dec. 30, 1877.

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, December 30, 1877

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family,...

number of pages: 4 p. summary: Uriah's section of this letter was misdated Dec. 30, 1878. Internal evidence (Uriah caught the mistake himself) indicates that it must have been written on Dec. 30, 1877.

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, December 30, 1877

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family,...

number of pages: 4 p. summary: Uriah's section of this letter was misdated Dec. 30, 1878. Internal evidence (Uriah caught the mistake himself) indicates that it must have been written on Dec. 30, 1877.

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, December 30, 1877

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family,...

number of pages: 4 p. summary: Uriah's section of this letter was misdated Dec. 30, 1878. Internal evidence (Uriah caught the mistake himself) indicates that it must have been written on Dec. 30, 1877.

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, October 28-30, 1874

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family,...

number of pages: 4 p. summary: Mattie misdated this letter to 1872. Internal evidence indicates that it must have been written on October 28, 1874 (She was not in Fillmore County until 1873).

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, October 28-30, 1874

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family,...

number of pages: 4 p. summary: Mattie misdated this letter to 1872. Internal evidence indicates that it must have been written on October 28, 1874 (She was not in Fillmore County until 1873).

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, October 28-30, 1874

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family,...

number of pages: 4 p. summary: Mattie misdated this letter to 1872. Internal evidence indicates that it must have been written on October 28, 1874 (She was not in Fillmore County until 1873).

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family, October 28-30, 1874

Letter from Uriah W. Oblinger and Mattie V. Oblinger to Thomas Family,...

number of pages: 4 p. summary: Mattie misdated this letter to 1872. Internal evidence indicates that it must have been written on October 28, 1874 (She was not in Fillmore County until 1873).

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