Letter from Edmund Harding to Inglis Fletcher



Mrs. Fred W. Morrison, V-Chm.

Mrs. Wilton Smith, Secretary

James A Stenhouse

Consulting Architect

Edmund H. Harding, Chm., Box 2, Washington, N. C.

Dan M. Paul, Finance Officer, Box 10065, Cameron Village, Raleigh, N. C.

Washington, N.C.

February 1, 1961

Mrs. John Fletcher,

Bandon Plantation

Edenton, N.C.

Dear Inglis:

Many thanks for your note of the 28th and I have asked the Bath folks to send and get the things on Monday February 6 and the 7th if the weather happens to be bad on the 6th.

You are most kind to give us these things and we are very grateful to you for anything that you give us.

If there is anything that should change this schedule Mrs. Rachel Tankard will get in touch with you.

Many thanks for your help.


[Signature] Edmund

Edmund H. Harding


W. Harold Butt

Charleston, S. C.

Edmund H. Harding

Washington, N. C.

Grayson Harding

Edenton, N. C.

Mrs. Ernest S. Ives

Southern Pines, N. C.

Mrs. Edmund T. Knott

Washington, N. C.

Mrs. John W. Labouisse

Durham, N. C.

Mrs. Fred W. Morrison

Washington, D. C.

Rev. A. C. D. Noe

Bath, N. C.

Mrs. Oscar F. Smith

Norfolk, Virginia

Mrs. Wilton Smith

Bath, N. C.

Hon. B. A. Brooks

Mayor, Bath, N. C.

Dan M. Paul

Raleigh, N. C.

Mrs. Mary Fowle Sterns

Raleigh, N. C.

Mrs. Rachel Tankard

Bath, N. C.

Hon. Lindsay C. Warren

Washington, N. C.

Hon. Wayland J. Sermons

Washington, N. C.

Dr. Christopher Crittenden

Raleigh, N. C.

Hon. Sam Moore, Chm.

Beaufort County Com.

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Mrs. Charles A. Cannon Concord, N. C.

Mrs. Luther H. Hodges Raleigh, N. C.

Mr. Carl Goerch Raleigh, N. C.

Mr. E. K. Willis Concord, N. C.

Mrs. Harry McMullan Washington, N. C.

Mrs. F. S. Worthy Washington, N. C.

Hon. Herbert C. Bonner Washington, N. C.

Hon. Everett Jordan Saxapahaw, N. C.

Hon. D. L. Ward New Bern, N. C.

Mrs. Inglis Fletcher Edenton, N. C.

Mrs. Claud Venters Bath, N. C.

Mr. O. J. Gaylord Bath, N. C.

Mr. Donald Carrow Bath, N. C.

Rev. Stanleigh Jenkins Washington, N. C.

Mr. Jamie Archbell Bath, N. C.

Mr. John Whalen Bath, N. C.

Mrs. John A. Tankard Norfolk, Va.

Mr. William B. Midyette Bath, N. C.

Mr. J. A. Beasley Norfolk, Va.

Mr. Leslie Taylor West Palm Beach, Fla.

Dr. W. T. Ralph Belhaven, N. C.

Mrs. Scott Topping Pantego, N. C.

Mrs. W. C. Olsen Raleigh, N. C.

Mrs. Jack Price Raleigh, N. C.

Mrs. Sam Clark Tarboro, N. C.

Mrs. J. O. Talley Fayetteville, N. C.

Rear Admiral W. W. Studdert Midland, Texas

Mr. Sam Tarlton Raleigh, N. C.

Hon. William B. Rodman Raleigh, N. C.

Rt. Rev. Thomas H. Wright, D.D. Wilmington, N. C.

Mrs. J. L. McLaurin Bath, N. C.

Mr. Raymond Taylor Washington, N. C.

Dr. Herbert Paschal Greenville, N. C.

Mr. Joseph Jett Norfolk, Va.

Col. C. Wingate Reed Washington, N. C.

Mrs. T. A. Brooks Washington, N. C.

Bishop Paul N. Garber Richmond, Va.

Mr. Aycock Brown Manteo, N. C.

Mrs. Stuart Gaul Charlotte, N. C.

Mrs. Emitt Winslow Hertford, N. C.

Mr. Robert A. Fowle Washington, N. C.

Mr. Ashley Futrell Washington, N. C.

Mr. Lemuel Blades, Jr. Elizabeth City, N. C.

Mr. Frank Horton Winston-Salem, N. C.

Dr. John B. Bonner Aurora, N. C.

Mrs. William McLean Washington, N. C.

Miss Nominia McCrea Asheville, N. C.

Mrs. Pratt Thomas Columbus, Mississippi

Mrs. G. W. Marsh Bath, N. C.

Mr. James S. Hill Washington, N. C.

Letter from Edmund Harding to Inglis Fletcher
Letter from Edmund H. Harding to Inglis Fletcher that discusses Fletcher's donation of several antiques from her own home in Edenton to help furnish the almost restored Palmer-Marsh house in Bath, N.C.
February 01, 1961
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