letters from dickinson to elizabeth holland

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 202

MANUSCRIPT: missing. The text derives from a transcript (AC) made by Mrs. Todd.

PUBLICATION: L (1931) 153-155; LH 53-54.

In mid-February Catherine Scott Turner (later Anthon) visisted her former schoolmate Susan Dickinson. On Wednesday, February 15 the question of ownership of the meetinghouse in South Amherst came before referees: the Honorable Reuben A. Chapman of Springfield, and William Hyde of Ware. Counsel included, for the new society, Edward Dickinson, and for the old, Ithmar F. Conkey. This letter seems to have been written about Sunday, February 20.

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