Title: [Letter of 1879 March 7]
African American fathers
African American families
William Still writes to his daughter, Caroline, admonishing her not to invest money in the outlandish looking "ulster." He asks her how much money she needs and when he should send it. He tells her he has sent her three copies of the Christian Recorder, pointing out that she must read the article, "Dr. Tying and his church Organization," in the February 28 issue, because it shows what one man may accomplish when in "dead earnest."
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: BMS010X0124