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The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond

Sept 6, 1923
Mr. G. W. Hayden,
Gum Spring P. O.
Louisa County, Virginia

My dear Sir:

I have your letter of August 20th. It was a little delayed in reaching me, as it was forwarded to me in Chicago, where I had been for several weeks.

The…

Mr. G. W. Hayden
Gum Spring
Virginia

Dear Mr. Hayden:

I have read your letter, and also the one you addressed to Mr. Gresham. I should certainly be glad to know you have the help you need, but neither of the Funds of which I have charge…

Letter stating that the school is the best one room school in the state. A picture is included and a dedication is recommended

Letter detailing the conditions of the current school building, asking for help securing funds for the building

Mr. Geo. W. Hayden
Gum Spring, VA

Dear Sir,

Before you have any further steps taken to have land surveyed, report to the Board Oct 8th as it has come to the school board that the site should be further toward Gum Spring.

Yrs tl
F. T.…

August 3, 1923
Mr. G. W. Hayden
Gum Springs, Va

My dear Sir:

In further reply to your letter of July 24th I wish to say that I am writing to Supt. West this morning offering to help him from the Rosenwald Fund on a new building that is to be…

Letter stating that the supervisor can visit the school on June 8th