letters from dickinson to lavinia n. dickinson

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 309

MANUSCRIPT: HCL (B 167). Pencil. Unpublished.

This letter, the first part of which is wanting, seems to follow the preceding, and answers one from Lavinia saying that the hemlock trees have been planted. There was a special town meeting, called on 15 May 1865, to discuss plans for establishing the Agricultural College at Amherst.

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