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Lydia Maria Child Asks a Favor
1856 - Autograph Letter Signed, to "Friend Johnson." Wayland, [Mass.], April 26, 1856. 1 p., on blue paper. Transcript "It was exceedingly kind of you to copy the article for me. I should not have dreamed of asking you to take so much trouble. I thank you most cordially. And now, because you have been so obliging in the two first commissions I sent, I am going to ask another favor. That is the way good-natured people get served in this world; as you have doubtless learned ere now. I want to convey a letter, surely and quickly to Mr. Marcus Spring. I think his address is Eaglewood, Raritan Bay Association, New Jersey; but I am not certain. I therefore take the liberty to enclose the letter to you to direct and send."[enclosure not included].Lydia Maria Child (1802-1880) was an author, abolitionist, and civil and woman's rights activist. She is best known for her poem "Over the River and Through the Woods."
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