letters from dickinson to william s. jackson

Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 1009

MANUSCRIPT: Jackson. Pencil. Envelope addressed by Bowles: Wm S. Jackson Esq./Colorado Springs/Col. Envelope endorsed by Jackson: E Dickenson/Aug 13th 85. Postmarked: Springfield Mass 1885 Aug 20. 1.30 AM. Unpublished. With it ED enclosed a cut envelope showing her name and address.

Immediately after Helen Jackson's death, ED wrote to her publisher Thomas Niles. The letter is missing, but its contents can be inferred by this reply from Niles, dated: Boston, Augt 19 1885. (HCL)

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