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MSS 00309 Guide to the Midge Teague letter, 1943 July 12
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The Midge Teague letter was written to Mildred "Midge" Teague by her mother. An accompanying photograph of two unidentified women in nurses' uniforms is included.. In the letter, postmarked from Boomer (Wilkes County), North Carolina, Mrs. Teague described events happening at home, and asked Midge to write back when she had the chance. Mrs. Teague sent the letter to Presbyterian Hospital, located in Charlotte, North Carolina
North Carolina native Mildred "Midge" Teague (1924 - 1988) worked at Presbyterian Hosptial in Charlotte, North Carolina, at the time her mother wrote this letter to her. She later married W. Frank Haigler, Jr. (1926 - 2006), and resided in Charlotte.
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