letters between dickinson and jackson

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 937

MANUSCRIPT: BPL (Higg 112). Pencil.

PUBLICATION: L (1931) 318-319, among the letters to Higginson, but with a footnote: "Though included among the letters to Colonel Higginson, this letter was probably written to 'H. H.'"

Helen Jackson sent this letter to Higginson, who kept it. It is a reply to the letter which follows, from Helen Jackson, dated: Colorado Springs/Sept. 5./1884.

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