The Fannie Bolton Story


W. C. White to E. G. White, February 25, 1895

The matter of most importance, and upon which everything else hangs, is the work that we asked him [L. J. Rousseau] and Fannie to do. I am oh! so glad, that you let Fannie go on with that work. If we fail to get our plans before the people, and thus fail to get money from them, we get none from the Gen. Conf. and then every step we take is involving us in perplexing debt. FBS 38.6