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Social Letters from a Teacher at The Southern Industrial Institute, For the Training of White Youth
Camp Hill, ALA: 1915. Two letters from Alice G. Teele, an instructor at The Southern Industrial Institute, for the Training of White Youth writing to Mrs. Eugene Howlett, Charleston SC. The content relates to what appears to be the socially prominent of the area and there comings and going; politely snide at times. The final comment of the second letter reads "The Tuskegee paper has come with our names into it!". The closing of that letter reads "Homesick". Measures 8 3/8" x 5 1/2". Total of six manuscript pages. Includes original envelope.
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