Emily Dickinson's Correspondences
Correspondence with Susan Dickinson

H 250

JP 1067

FP 606

OMC 117




watermark/embossment: I, Paris, embossed

15 x 10 cm.

folded in thirds

In Atlantic Monthly, LXVIII (October 1891), 451, in article by Higginson about their correspondence; Letters (ed. 1894), 312; (ed. 1931), 282; also LL (1924), 268-269; SH (1914), 5; New England Quarterly, XX (1947), 16. Pencil scratches all over recto and all over verso - and a little cow, dog, cat are all drawn on verso - S & A's kids? Also, there are precise triangular cuts between the first two lines of the second stanza (perhaps something was attached).

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