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Letter to H.P. Chandler Edit

Summary

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Item 222
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Dates

  • 1871 September 12 (label)

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  • Scope and Contents

    Original letter. Written in Pittsburgh. Relays recent travel itinerary on the east coast. Is in receipt of invitation from Dr. Hibbard for on a European tour; he declines due to work, his boys, and his preference for a different traveling companion. Comments on an upcoming Pennsylvania Association Meeting, proposes some "revolutionary measures" and remarks on the "dead logs" in the Association. People and places mentioned: Milford (MA), New Haven (CT), Professor/ President (Noah) Porter (Yale), Professor Whitney, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Church from New York, Miss Alice, Long Branch (NJ?) with Gordie McCandless, Philadelphia, Dr. Hibbard, Paris, France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Egypt, Palestine, Russia, Sweden, Norway, Dr. Small, Chandler's father (P. W.), Swedenborg, Pa. Association, Grace (Chandler), Brunswick.

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