In this letter Charlotte Manigault states that General Wade Hampton has taken over Mrs. Anemm's house. Charlotte updates Esther on her family and friends, social life, and any engagements, illnesses and births.
In this letter Charlotte Manigault states that on July 25th, Louisa, Ann, Mani, Ester Gibbes's aunt, Gabriel and Peter left for New York. Gabriel and Peter will travel to Saratoga Springs then proceed to Niagara and Boston. Louisa will go to Newport. Charlotte updates Ester on friend's and family's recent illnesses.
Smoothly finished art pottery piece with predominantly orange and green coloration. Heart-shaped jar, orange with green and black spots. Smooth finish. Jar stopper designed as a woman without facial features wearing a gele (headtie) and two green earrings.
Document entitled, "Biographical Notes on Curtis Williams," containing two short biographical notes of Williams, one written by Robert Moses, the other written by "the Friends of Curtis Hayes Williams."
Document entitled, "Curtis Hayes Williams and the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement," written by Robert Moses, containing a short biography of Curtis Hayes Williams and information on the Freedom Riders and the Civil Rights Movement. Additionally, the document contains a correspondence template to the BTC Stockade in Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa, where Williams was detained.