letters from dickinson to james d. clark

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 807

MANUSCRIPT: AC. Pencil. Envelope addressed by Lavinia: James D. Clark/361 Degraw St/Brooklyn L.I. Postmarked: Mar 16.

PUBLICATION: L (1894) 354-6, in part; LL 355, in part; L (1931) 347-348, entire, with facsimile reproduction of two pages.

Brownell had been a partner of Clark's in a private school for boys, "Clark and Brownell," which they founded in New York City in 1858. For a similar allusion to her friendship with Wadsworth, see letter no. 765 to Higginson.

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