[Letter of 1866 April 30]

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[title]

Title:

[Letter of 1866 April 30]

Date:

1866-04-30

Subject:

African American fathers
Fathers and daughters
African American businesspeople
African American abolitionists

Geographic Subject:

Lombard Street (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Notes:

William Still writes a letter to his daughter, Caroline, who is away at school, in response to her letter telling him of her difficulty with her mathematical studies and suggesting the whole family move to Oberlin. Still tells her she should learn the rules of Math as he wants to set her up in a shop when she graduates, and he will stay in Philadelphia as he has just bought two properties and has other business ventures.

Format:

image/jp2

Type:

Correspondence

Number of Pages:

4

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:

BMS010X0028