letters from dickinson to lavinia n. dickinson

Cambridge, May 1865

. . . Town Meeting -

Do not get tired, Vinnie, or troubled about things - all I can do, leave till I come -

I have more to say than I can, but Loo goes now to Office - Am happy to hear of Hemlocks - Love for All and dont work too hard, picking up after Chimneys - The Grass will cover it all up, and I can sweep, next Fall - The Girls were never dearer or kinder and say much of you and Mother, and ask many questions of Sue - I will write again after seeing the Doctor -

Aff, Emily -

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