2018-12-05 / Editorials

Letters to Santa Claus

All That’s Fit to Print
Brenda Wall

1918 Blakely, Ga., Dec, 7, 1918. Dear Santa Claus, Please bring me a doll and a little stove and some fruit. Please bring my little brothers and sisters some thing. I have 3 little brothers and one sister at home. Bring Bernice a doll and tea set and fruit. Please bring Chester a tricicle and some, fruit. Please bring Ashley a car and fruit. Please bring Marvin a doll and little wagon and also some fruit. And bring mamma and papa what you think best. I go to school at Centerville. My teacher’s name is Miss Johnny Ruth Bass and I think she is a mighty good teacher. With love from CLIFFORD KING

Dec 10, 1918. My dear Santa Clause: Please send me as follering. Wagon pistol and some caps, and a knife and a toy automobile and some fruit, don’t forget my big sister. Your boy, HOKE HAYES

Dec 10, 1918. My dear Santa Clause: Please send me a doll and a doll bed and a carriage and a toy kittin. Please send my sister a wrist watch. Your little girl, JENNIE LOU HAYES

Dear Santa Claus Please bring me a piona and a little baby doll and some fruit. Please bring brother a little wagon and a little top and some fruit. Please bring sister a little doll and a doll and craddle. Please bring the baby a toy gun and a toy bell. GOLDEN McDOWELL

Hilton, Ga., Dec. 11, 1920. Dear Santa Clause, I am a little girl nine years old and in the fifth grade. So please bring me a doll and a teaset and doll cart and some fireworks. Times is so hard I wont ask for any more so you can give every little boy and girl some. Your little girl, LUCILE FREEMAN

Hilton, Ga., Dec. 11, 1920. Dear Santa Clause, I am only six years old. Please bring me a doll a tea set and doll cart and a box of crayons, hope that Is not to much so other children have some. Some fireworks and fruit. Your little girl, JESSIE PEARL FREEMAN

Hilton, Ga., Dec. 12, 1920. Dear Santa Clause, I am only eleven years old. Please bring me a story book a box of stationery, a box of crayons. Some fireworks and some fruit and my brother, James Elwood, a rattle and some candy and fruit. But do not for get my grandmas and aunt Gennie Brunson. Your little girl, GRACE FREEMAN

Hilton, Ga., Dec. 12, 1920. Dear Santa Clause, I am a little boy four years old and I want you to pleas bring me a train and a ball I would like a top and some fireworks bring our baby a rattler, bring some fruit and some candy and a box of crayon. I hope I have not ask for to much for there is so many little boys an they will want something I wish for them a merry Christmas. Your little boy, JOSEPH FREEMAN

Have a good week.

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