October 26, 1879
Handwritten letter on lined paper from Laura Dewey Bridgman to Mrs. Abbie Foster, dated October 26th, 1879.
Laura Dewey Bridgman Letters Collection
SpC MS 0002
New Hampshire -- Grafton County -- Hanover
Special Collections, Leonard H. Axe Library, Pittsburg State University
Pittsburg State University, Axe Library, Special Collections
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visit Emily then [I] shall never have the pleasur[e] of seeing you again. I pray God to have mercy to spare the dear ones to you yet. I shall think of you & your sweet darling child frequently[.] I enjoyed calls from you exceedingly, in Vt. at Emily’s lovely home. You must write me a letter again, direct to Boston Mass. Inst. for the blind. I shall fly there in Nov. I sent your letter to
Bridgman, Laura Dewey, 1829-1889--Correspondence; Foster, Abbie--Correspondence; Deafblind people--New Hampshire--Hanover