[Letter To] My Dear Garrison

[Letter To] My Dear Garrison

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Johnson informs Garrison that he and George Thompson have stopped in Philadelphia so that Thompson may be presented and make a speech to the Union League. Johnson states that Mary Grew journeyed to hear Thompson speak in Wilmington, and accompanied them to Longwood, where she and Thompson both spoke at the Yearly Meeting of Progressive Friends. Johnson expresses his admiration for Thompson's intellect and character. Johnson closes in asking Garrison if he will be travelling to Washington D.C., and states his opinion that he would be received with respect by the President and members of Cabinet were he to do so.
Publisher: Philadelphia, [Pa.], 11 April, 1864
Branch Call Number: MS A.1.2 v.33, p.40A
Characteristics: 1 leaf (8p.) 12.6 x 20.3 cm

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