M. L. Atkinson Letter
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Revised by: Jennifer Duplaga, December 2004
M.L. Atkinson was born in New England. In 1838, he moved to Madison, IN to become a school teacher.
Scope and Content Note:
This collection contains a letter written by M. L. Atkinson to his aunt and uncle, the Josiah Little family. In the letter, Atkinson describes his trip across America as he travels from New York to Madison, IN, where he became a school teacher. He gives his opinions about life and conditions in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Madison.
|14 Sept. 1838||ALS to Uncle and Aunt from M. L. Atkinson|
|Size of Collection:||1 folder|
|Provenance:||Symmachus Trading Co., Boston, MA, 2 May 1947|
|Reproduction Rights:||Permission to reproduce, exhibit, or publish material in this collection must be obtained from the Manuscript Section, Indiana State Library.|
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