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Letters and Correspondence Pertaining to Ophelia Matthews (William Matthews' wife)

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Type: Correspondence | Text
Title: Letters and Correspondence Pertaining to Ophelia Matthews (William Matthews' wife)
Date: 1905-1925
Description: Letter addressed to My Dear Will from Ophelia Matthews, June 23, 1905 -- Letter addressed to My Dear Will from Ophelia Matthews, June 18, 1908 -- Letter addressed to My Dear Will from Your wife, June 17, 1905 -- Letter addressed to My Dear Will from Your devoted wife Wednesday night, (no dates listed) -- Letter addressed to My Dear Mrs. Matthews from Clara T. Maxwell, (no dates listed) -- Letter addressed to Mrs. Matthews from Reverend Henry H. Proctor, (no dates listed) -- Letter addressed to My Dear Ophelia from Mary Lou, August 10, 1925 -- Letter addressed to My Dear Mrs. Matthews from L. B. Palmer, February 20, 1917 -- Letter addressed to Madame from M.M. Reid, February 19, 1917 -- Letter addressed to My Dear, Dear Ophelia from India, February 18, 1917 -- Letter addressed to My Dear Mamma from Your daughter, April 28, 1917
Subjects: African American Congregationalists--Georgia | African American teachers--Southern States | African American universities and colleges--Georgia | Atlanta University | College trustees--Georgia | Education--Southern States | First Congregational Church (Atlanta, Ga.) | Knights of Pythias | Men--Societies and clubs | National Negro Business League (U.S.) | Atlanta (Ga.) | Fulton County (Ga.)
Contributors: Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History
Online Publisher: Digital Library of Georgia in association with the Auburn Avenue Research Library for African American Culture and History, 2011
Original Material: Box 1, Folder 13, William B. Matthews papers, Archives Division, Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System.
Rights and Usage: Cite as: Item, William B. Matthews papers, Archives Division, Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System.
Persistent Link to Item: http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/aaed/id:aarl89.011-001-013

Related Institutions: Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History
Digital Library of Georgia
Collection Information: Auburn Avenue Research Library Historic African American Education Collections