Contains 69 Results:
Receipt for funds paid to the Springfield Production Credit Association by the Burches (January 25, 1938)
Letter to Dr. Burch from "Rachel” (possibly his former daughter-in-law, since she addresses him as "father") commiserating with him on his recent illness (March 2, 1938)
Letter from John Frazier, a Vanderbilt medical student, wishing him improved health and thanking him for a letter of recommendation (April 7, 1938)
Letter from Macy Ann Robinson of Memphis (April 10, 1938) expressing sympathy over Dr. Burch's illness
Letter sent to Dr. Burch (copy) citing Lucius Burch, Jr.'s able handling of a lawsuit in Dyersburg (May 31, 1938). A cover letter to Lucius Burch, Jr. accompanies this (June 3, 1938)
Letter from a patient and friend, Mrs. Addie Wharton (June 9, 1938) expressing admiration for Dr. Burch and wishing him improved health. Mrs. Wharton refers to an eight-year old daughter, evidently pictured in above photograph. Dr. Burch notes on envelope that he delivered this child by Caesarian section (confirmed by diary for 6-7-30)
Editorial from Memphis Commercial Appeal eulogizing Judge Charles N. Burch, Dr. Burch's brother (August 12, 1938)
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