letters from dickinson to the jamesons

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 1044

MANUSCRIPT: Walcott. Pencil.

PUBLICATION: L (1894) 402; L (1931) 390.

This note, together with a basket of geraniums, was delivered by Lavinia on the evening of 24 April (Jameson papers, Library of Congress). A short time before, Mrs. Jameson had brought over to the Dickinson house a new photograph of herself. ED alludes to the photograph, for she had never met Mrs. Jameson. The scripture allusion is to Matthew 10.29.

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