Louisa Alexander's Letter to Rev. George Whipple

Title

Louisa Alexander's Letter to Rev. George Whipple

Subject

Correspondence concerning confirmation of Alexander's teaching position before she moves South with Wall.

Description

In this letter Alexander reaches out to Rev. Whipple to resolve a lack of communication between her in Ohio and her soon to be employer through the AMA, Rev. Cardozo. Alexander states that she is hesitant to move South with Wall without further confirmation due to financial issues despite having the support of many key figures in Oberlin.

Creator

Louisa Alexander

Source

Oberlin Archives

Publisher

Unpublished

Date

Oct. 5 1865

Relation

Amanda Wall, Capt. Wall, Rev. George Whipple, Rev. Francis L. Cardozo

Format

Correspondence

Language

English

Original Format

Photocopied Correspondence

Physical Dimensions

8.5 in by 11 in

Files

Alexander_5October1865.pdf

Collection

Citation

Louisa Alexander, “Louisa Alexander's Letter to Rev. George Whipple,” African American Women Intellectuals, accessed December 3, 2022, https://afamwomen.historydesignlab.org/items/show/2.

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