letters from dickinson to mary ingersoll cooper

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 789

MANUSCRIPT: AC. Pencil. Unpublished.

This note probably acknowledges a message of condolence sent after Mrs. Dickinson's death. It evidently accompanied a flower from a plant given to ED by Mrs. James Cooper. The fire referred to probably was the one which destroyed the business center in 1879 (see letter no. 610).

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