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Letter to H.P. Chandler Edit

Summary

Component Unique Identifier
Item 233
Level of Description
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Dates

  • 1872 June 20 (label)

Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    Original letter. Contains small ink drawing by Benade. Written in Pittsburgh. Remarks on the contentious anniversary of the New Church and the Peace Jubilee. Mentions his unsatisfactory trip to Boston, describes (and sketches) how he nearly missed his train. Mentions a set of bookcase plans left for Chandler. Briefly discusses M.S.S. business and the undecided Publication Board business. People, places, and publications mentioned: TCR 791, the Peace Jubilee people, Anvil Choruses, Boston, J.Y. (Scammon), the Publication Board, Zephyr (Ager?), the Hub, New Haven, Milford, Mr. & Mrs. T. (Thompson), Miss Alice, Miss Lulu, Addie & her baby, Fairfield, Philadelphia, Russian story "Smoke" in [i]the Leisure Hour Series, [/i]Chandler's father (P. W.), Edw. McCandless, Tafel, Swedenborg, Rolffe, Convention, the Reeds, Ager, Grace (Chandler) and the babes, Mr. & Mrs. Silsbee.

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