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Parker Pillsbury, Concord, New Hampshire, to "My dear friend May", 1884 July 2
Mr. Phillips and the Wallcots have passed away and Parker Pillsbury feels that there is nothing left that is dear to him; the Garrison children are hospitable; one thousand of his books have sold and he still has one thousand left that he cannot sell; he is in relatively good health. Stationery is an advertisement for Parker Pillsbury's book, Acts of the Anti-Slavery Apostles.
Small Collections Box 75 Folder 1 Item 8
Is Part Of
Abolitionist Movement Collection
Pillsbury, Parker, “Parker Pillsbury, Concord, New Hampshire, to "My dear friend May", 1884 July 2,” W&M Transcribe, accessed May 28, 2023, https://transcribe.libraries.wm.edu/items/show/5177.