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Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 141

MANUSCRIPT: AC. Pencil. Dated: Monday morning. Envelope franked and addressed by Edward Dickinson. Postmarked obliterated.

PUBLICATION: Home 313-314.

James Kellogg, a prominent Amherst manufacturer, was the father of ED's friend Emeline Kellogg. The Reverend Edwards Amasa Park, a professor at Andover Theological Seminary, was one of the distinguished preachers of his day. Offered the presidency of Amherst in 1844, he declined it. With this letter, as with the preceding, was enclosed one from Lavinia (Home 315).

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