letters from dickinson to bowles

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 266

MANUSCRIPT: AC. Ink. Envelope addressed (in pencil): Mr. Bowles.

PUBLICATION: L (1894) 205-207; LL 233-234, in part; L (1931) 195- 196.

This letter must have been sent to someone, perhaps Mary Bowles, to be forwarded to Samuel Bowles, still abroad. It was written after the arrival of Louise Norcross in June, and before commencement, in July. Bowles customarily attended the "Gravities," and himself wrote the account annually for the Republican.

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