Friday, April, 18th, 2014

Richard & Evelyn Forrest

Dr. Richard Forrest’s Parents

Richard A. Forrest, Sr. and Elizabeth, in front of their home in Florida. The sign about the door says, “For-rest.” Richard A. Forrest, Sr. and Elizabeth Hagan Forrest in front of their home in Delaware. He was of Scottish decent and she was Irish. Richard A. Forrest, Sr. and Elizabeth Hagan Forrest Dr. Richard A. […]



The Forrests

The Forrests

Evelyn and Richard Forrest had planned a very simple marriage service. Had they wished it, an elaborate wedding was out of the question because neither had any money; and yet when the time came, they were amazed at the large number of friends who drove from Wilmington and Newark, and from a number of points […]



Expect Great Things!

Expect Great Things!

During World War Two, more than five hundred former Toccoa Falls College students enlisted or were drafted into some branch of military service. As the end of the war came, so also came the problem of taking care of many of these boys. Most had married and now had families. Yet, their greatest desire was […]



Letter to Kelly and Alice Barnes, March 3, 1930

Letter to Kelly and Alice Barnes, March 3, 1930

Editor’s note: This letter was written by Mrs. Forrest to Kelly and Alice Barnes, March 3, 1930, while she and Dr. Forrest were in Africa. My dear Alice and Kelly, Many times in the early morning, I have thought it would be much better to have Central time at Toccoa instead of Eastern Standard, now […]



Letter dated April 12, 1937

Editor’s note: Sanatorium referred to in the letter means hospital Back to Evelyn Forrest’s Letters and Diary Entries



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