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Jennie W. Miller Letters, 1922 - 1933

 File — Box: 4257.010, Folder: 19

Scope and Contents

Four letters from different writers to Jennie W. Miller of Champaign, Illinois. The first letter, writtein in 1920, from Edna W. G., also of Champaign, praising Miller as the best Sunday school teacher. The second letter, written in 1923, by Sara M. Himrod of Oakhaven, Arkansas, thanking her for inviting the Himrods to Champaign for their son's graduation excercises. The third, written by Jennie Whitmore of Burbank, Ohio, in 1924, to thank her kindness in taking in Whitmore's son. The last letter, written by Roy Alonzo Greenfield of Washington, D. C., in 1933, thanking her for encouraging him, a young African American man, upon his admittance to Dartmouth College, but explaining that he would not be able to attend for financial reasons.


  • 1922 - 1933

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From the Collection: 15.2 Linear Feet

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


Formerly MSS.3386 Jennie W. Miller Letters

Repository Details

Part of the The University of Alabama Libraries Special Collections Repository

Box 870266
Tuscaloosa AL 35487-0266