letters from dickinson to frances and louise norcross

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 302

MANUSCRIPT: destroyed.

PUBLICATION: L (1894) 255-256; LL 264-265; L (1931) 235-236.

Among the selections in the bound volume of ED's music (HCL) is Sounds from Home, a set of waltzes by the Hungarian composer Josef Gung'l (1810-1889). ED's eyes continued to trouble her, and early in 1865 she made plans to return to Boston for a second series of treatments by Dr. Williams. This letter appears to answer one from Louise Norcross inquiring whether she will have time to visit the Dudley's before expecting ED, who plans to begin the treatments about the first of April.

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