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Guide to the Jennie W. Miller Letters MSS.3386

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Publication:

University Libraries Division of Special Collections, The University of Alabama

Box 870266
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 35487-0266
205.348.0500
archives@ua.edu

May 2011

Creation:

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Language Usage:

English

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Describing Archives: A Content Standard

Collection Title:

Jennie W. Miller Letters

Unit ID:

MSS.3386

Repository:

University Libraries Division of Special Collections, The University of Alabama

Quantity:

0.05 Linear feet (4 letters)

Dates:

1920-1924

Abstract:

The Jennie W. Miller Letters are from different writers and discuss Millers influence as a Sunday school teacher; her encouragement of the first African American male (Ray Greenfield) admitted to Dartmouth College; her influence over a boy who does not want to participate in graduation exercises; and her kindness in taking in another woman's son.

Preferred Citation:

Jennie W. Miller Letters, W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library, University Libraries Division of Special Collections, The University of Alabama

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Processing Information note

Processed by Erin Schmidt 2011

Access Restrictions:

None

Provenance

Gift of Wade Hall 2008

Scope and Contents note

The Jennie W. Miller Letters contain four letters written to Jennie Miller of Champaign, Illinois. The letters are from different writers and discuss Miller's influence as a Sunday school teacher; her encouragement of the first African American male (Ray Greenfield) admitted to Dartmouth College; her influence over a boy who does not want to participate in graduation exercises; and her kindness in taking in another woman's son.

Jennie W. Miller Letters Box SC0069 Folder 3386.01