letters from dickinson to kendall emerson

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 876


PUBLICATION: Amherst Alumnai News IV (July 1951) 14.

ED's special feeling for Gilbert's playmate stemmed from the fact that both children had been playing in the same mud hole when Gilbert contracted the typhoid fever from which he died. She continually annually to remember Kendall with a Christmas note (see letters no. 956 and 1027).

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