[Letter of 1873 June 30]

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[title]

Title:

[Letter of 1873 June 30]

Date:

1873-06-30

Subject:

African American authors
African American businesspeople
African American abolitionists
Books
Door-to-door selling

Notes:

William Still writes to Edward Wiley, filling his order for copies of Still's book, to be sent to Pittsburgh. He tells Edward about his work that day in the coal yard. Still advises Edward that with regard to Harrisburg and Baltimore, it was not yet the season for canvassing as many are out of town in both cities.

Format:

image/jp2

Type:

Correspondence

Number of Pages:

2

Rights:

This material is made available for private study, scholarship, and research use. For access to the original letter, or high-resolution reproduction, please contact the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection (blockson@temple.edu; 215-204-6632).

Language:

English

Repository:

Temple University Libraries, Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection

Digital Collection:

William Still Collection

Digital Publisher:

Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Libraries

Document ID:

BMS010X0065