Correspondence with Dr. Mason, Campobello, Eastport, Maine, Sept. 1, Mrs. Hollingsworth, 25 Conn. Ave, April 8, Arlo Bates, June 22, 1887, July 5, Feb. 10, Thursday, 10 p.m., and Edward W. Bok, 45 Commonwealth ave, boston, April 12
Letter advising Dr. Mason how to set up a women's educational organization. Note to Mrs. Hollingsworth thanking her for the monetary gift for the children and reminding her of an April 19 annual meeting. Four letters to Bates on literary and personal matters, including one thanking him for a dedication. Most discuss and praise his writing and mention Harriet and "the boy." Letter to Edward Bok, ed. of Ladies' Home Journal, asking to write an article on domestic service; refers to an article she wrote "2 or 3 years ago" for the North American, which appeared in 1893.
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