Title: [Letter of 1874 September 7]
African American fathers -- Attitudes
Fathers and daughters
William Still writes to Caroline, responding to her letter that they had all arrived safely at the home of Mrs. Peck. Still encloses ten cents to buy candy for Willie, he says he will pay the board any way Mrs. Peck prefers, and asks whether Mrs. Peck has a copy of his book. He wants Ella to write him letters every week and keep memorandums of her expenditures. He suggests they save all the letters between them.
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: BMS010X0093