[Letter To] Dear William

[Letter To] Dear William

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Henry Clarke Wright writes to William Lloyd Garrison stating that he is just stopping home before he travels to New York and so will not be able to see him before Garrison leaves for Europe. He says that he now feels "a good deal isolated & lonely since the ... work of A[nti] Slavery was finished by its final triumph" and he regrets that he meets "but few now of those old tried & true Abolitionists with whom my life has been so long identified ..." Wright tells Garrison that no relationship of his "can ever be to me so full of life, joy & beauty, as my relations with you & Helen & your children." He says that he is has been working "mainly on Equal Rights" and "impartial suffrage" and that he is "engaged to lecture & to attend conventions in 4 states during May." Wright then asks Garrison to write to him from Europe.
Branch Call Number: MS A.1.2 v.35, p.20B
Characteristics: 1 leaf (2 p.) ; 21 cm


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