Pleasant, Mary Ellen 1814-1904
Most widely held works about Mary Ellen Pleasant
Most widely held works by Mary Ellen Pleasant
Mary Ellen Pleasant financial correspondence and notes, 1892-1897 by Mary Ellen Pleasant ( )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Collection consists of materials documenting the financial affairs of Mary Ellen ("Mammy") Pleasant, an African American woman and entrepreneur known as the Mother of Civil Rights. Items include a small autograph note; a signed promissory note; three handwritten letters from A.P. Overton, president of the Savings Bank of Santa Rosa (California), to Pleasant; and three handwritten copy letters from Pleasant to Overton. All items concern a promissory note for $3,000 and a mortgage to a Mrs. Guimaraes.
Letters to James Grases : and a calling card : San Francisco, 1896 by Mary Ellen Pleasant ( Book )
1 edition published in 1896 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Concerning Susie, a niece of Mr. Grases.
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Pleasance, Mary, 1814-1904
Smith, Mary, 1814-1904
Williams, Mary Ellen, 1814-1904