Ruth Henry Letter
Scope and Contents
In this undated letter Henry invites a "Mrs. Armstrong" to a luncheon at the Blowing Rock Hotel immediately after the wedding of Dr. Foust and Miss McNeill on "Thursday" [August 25, 1932].
- Henry, Ruth (Person)
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Ruth Henry was the niece of Clora McNeill Foust, second wife of Julius Foust. She graduated from the North Carolina College for Women (now UNCG) in 1926.
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Ruth Henry was a 1926 graduate of the North Carolina College for Women (now UNCG). In this undated letter Henry invites an acquaintance to a luncheon following the wedding of Dr. Julius Foust and Henry's aunt, Clora McNeill.
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