Vivian Marsh Collection
Scope and Contents
This collection contains four letters written to Vivian Marsh from Mabel Mobley in Johnston, South Carolina. Mobley was born into slavery. In 1967, when these letters were written, she lived on the Marsh Plantation.
The letters are not dated, but one of the envelopes has a postmark. Topics discussed in the letters include cotton, peaches, pecans, blackberries, Japanese fruit cake, winkemaking, and how people treat the elderly.
Language of Materials
.01 Linear Feet
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