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Robert Tyler, Montgomery, Alabama to son Tyler, 1875 July 25

 Item — Box: 5, Folder: 2
Identifier: id88983

Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Is impressed by his efforts and advises him to keep up with "painstaking energy" on the inprovement of his handwriting; advises Robert to listen to his mother; advises him to develop self-control and pereserverance; hopes he will be compensated for his suffering by "obtaining both fame and money"; he reports that all the children are well; fears that he will die soon and is worried that he will leave debts. 4 pp. ALS.


  • Creation: 1875 July 25


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From the Collection: 11.00 Linear Feet (22 Century Boxes)