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Booker T. Washington's Letters

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Letters courtesy of Mission Inn Foundation
Booker T. Washington sent these letters to Frank Miller.  In the first letter (below) sent in 1908, Washington shares the Tuskegee annual report with Miller. 

In the second letter (below) sent March 30, 1914 after Washington returned from his Riverside visit, he thanked Miller and all the friends he made in Riverside. 
The third letter (bottom) introduces Mr. W.H. Walcott, o­ne of Washington’s  teachers.

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