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Letter from William Henry Fish, South Scituate, [Massachusetts], to Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, 1881 July 6

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Fish, William H. (William Henry)


Holograph, signed.Title devised by cataloger.Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) manuscript contains pencil annotations that say "[Theodore Parker] Als re him" and "To FB Sanborn" and "Boston" and "Very good."William Henry Fish writes to Franklin Benjamin Sanborn in regards to Theodore Parker's wife leaving her husband's manuscripts to Sanborn. He writes of his hope that "something valuable would be culled from them." He writes that he would like to help with circulating Parker's works. He reminisces about the "fatal lecturing campaign of '[18]57 or '[185]8" and the attendance of many abolitionists.
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