Tuskegee Institute, AL: 1932.
2 pages, 11 x 8.5 inches, on personal "Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute" letterhead, Tuskegee Institute, AL, August 18, 1932 -- an explicit letter to a young man, filled with glowing compliments and loving wishes, in part: "Your splendid letter has made me very, very happy. Just to get a letter from my precious boy is decidedly thrilling...The thing I prize as my greatest earthly possession is to have a dear, handsome, wholesome, intelligent boy with a great creative mind, like my ideal boy Mr. Davis. Almost every night I dream about you because my mind and heart is on you all the time, because you have such rare gifts in more ways than one." Signed "G.W. Carver." Two punch-holes in the top margin; natural folds. Very good condition.