[Letter To] My Dear Friend

[Letter To] My Dear Friend

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Margaret E. Parker writes to William Lloyd Garrison "longing to hear from yourself that your journey to this country has been beneficial to your health." She says that those people "who had the privilege of meeting you will always feel that it was a rare treat" and that "Mr. Grothe the civil engineer of the Tay Bridge always enquires most kindly after you as do many more." She also comments on portraits of Garrison and his son, Frank [Francis Jackson Garrison], before describing a visit from Aaron Macy Powell of New York, remarking, "All American faces are welcome here." Parker discusses the Temperance movement in Britain, stating she thinks "that Temperance is doing more for women than she can ever do for Temperance - it is bringing her into active work and giving her a position she has not had before." She then comments on the progress women are making "in conservative Scotland."
Branch Call Number: MS A.1.2 v.39, p.156A
Characteristics: 1 leaf (4 p.) ; 21 cm


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