|Credit line||Courtesy of Dr. Jean Marshall von Schilling.|
|Object Type||Digital Gift|
|Description/Scope & Content||Letter from Ann Massenburg Booker (at Sherwood, August 24, 1873), to son Hunter Russell Booker ("Hunt"), describing activities of and letters from brothers Harry, Marshall, Johnnie, and Dick; Hunt's activities in New York including sight-seeing, purchasing clothing, economy and saving part of income, networking and social connections, and employment with Mr. Clark; plan to allow Hunt to return to Hampton to attend Academy while living at Sherwood and assisting with delivering milk and raising livestock; and status of re-opening Hampton Academy, help from Peabody fund, and people "trying to get places in it".|
Booker, Ann Massenburg
Booker, Hunter Russell, Sr.
Booker, Henry Wise ("Harry")
Booker, Marshall Armistead
Phillips, Jefferson Curle (CSA Army)
Booker, Richard Marshall, Sr. ("Dick")
Jones, Jesse Simpkins, Capt.
Structure--Hampton Academy (1875)
Transcript of letter. Open document in new window to view at full size.
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