Collection comprises one manuscript letter, with envelope, from George Washington Carver, noted African American agricultural
chemist, to Dana H. Johnson. The letter, which is friendly and informal, concerns the domestic life of Johnson. It is written
on letterhead of Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute.
George Washington Carver was a noted African American agricultural chemist. Often cited as the inventor of peanut butter,
Carver also served as Director of Agriculture at Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute and made important advances in agriculture.
He was born near Diamond Grove, Missouri, in 1864, and died in 1943.
0.2 linear feet
(1 oversize folder)
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