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Title: Charles L. Heyde to Walt Whitman, 18 October 1883

Date: October 18, 1883

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Location: The Trent Collection of Walt Whitman Manuscripts, Duke University Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library

Whitman Archive ID: duk.00394

Contributors to digital file: Alicia Meyer, Stefan Schöberlein, Nima Najafi Kianfar, and Nicole Gray



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Burlington
Octo. 18, 1883.

Walt.

Your letter recd. The girls are with us yet and propose to return tomorrow/Friday. They visited Ausable Chasm, yesterday, weather not permitting sooner, and had a splendid perfect time, and were enchanted more of which satisfaction, they will relate to you themselves.

You mention Jessie's picture, why not Manahatta's, nothing short of the twain, will satisfy me. I am delighted with both, and have been cheered immensely by their visit: lovely good girls, contrasts in complexion yet harmoniously uniting. Han is pretty well, and much gratified with your letter.


CL Heyde.


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