Source

Letters, to E. M. F. Denton, 1878-1884. Letter

TypeLetter
TitleLetters, to E. M. F. Denton, 1878-1884.
AuthorAngela Tilton Heywood
AuthorLaura Cuppy Kendrick
RecipientElizabeth M Foote Denton
Date1878
AbstractConcern Ezra Heywood's trial and pardon [for sending "obscene" matter through the mail] The [Nov. 18, 1878?] letter quotes a letter she has written to Mrs. Laura Kendrick. The 1884 letter urgess her attendance at an [undesignated] July 4 conference in Princeton so they, as women writers, may speak "for other women and the race."
Location in archiveDenton Family Papers, 1875-1949
Library cataloguemirlyn.lib.umich.edu
Extra5 letters.
URLhttp://mirlyn.lib.umich.edu/Record/003921665
Notes

Concern Ezra Heywood's trial and pardon [for sending "obscene" matter through the mail] The [Nov. 18, 1878?] letter quotes a letter she has written to Mrs. Laura Kendrick. The 1884 letter urgess her attendance at an [undesignated] July 4 conference in Princeton so they, as women writers, may speak "for other women and the race."

Letterhead on first post card: Office of The Word.

Post cards dated Jun. 24 and Dec. 20 [1878] and letters dated Nov. 18 and [19?] 1878, Jul. 3, 1884, and [n.d.]