letters from dickinson to mabel loomis todd

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 769

MANUSCRIPT: AC. Pencil. Envelope addressed (by George Montague): Mrs. Todd/#1413 College Hill Terrace/Washington/D.C. Postmarked: Brat. & Palmer Jct. Sep 30.

PUBLICATION: L (1894) 430-431; L (1931) 419-420.

Mrs. Todd was in Washington at the time, and sent a panel of Indian pipes, which she had painted. On 2 October she recorded receipt of this letter.

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