The Battle of San Jacinto

Mrs. Henrietta Lamar to McArdle, May, 1891

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Mrs. Lamar to McArdle, May 1891

Mr. McArdle

Dear Sir.

            Pardon my tardy


reply to your letter. I have not been


well; Mrs. Menard & I read it together


& she handed it to a gentleman friend


with the hope & expectation that he


would put in the Galveston News


such an article as you proposed. We


are both most willing to assist you in


your great work in any way that is in


our power & regret very sincerely not being


able to contribute otherwise. I really


am quite unable to do more than get


along with a small income, else I


would be delighted to be of great


assistance, & had I been at all able


would have sent something tangable [sic]


long ago, feeling that you must need


such help & fully appreciating your

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Mrs. Henrietta Lamar to McArdle, May, 1891, The Battle of San Jacinto Notebook, The McArdle Notebooks, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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