Title: [Letter of 1868 March 5]
African American fathers
African American families
Fathers and daughters
African American businesspeople
William Still writes to his daughter, Caroline, telling her he had trouble reading her last letter because of the pale ink she used. He encloses twenty-five cents for her to buy black ink, five dollars for her washing, and two dollars as spending money for herself. He mentions that his business is doing extremely well with sales double that of the previous year. He then gives news of family and friends.
Number of Pages: 2
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Repository: Temple University Libraries, Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection
Digital Collection: William Still Collection
Digital Publisher: Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Libraries
Document ID: BMS010X0046