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Title: C. A. J. Hueckberny [?] to Walt Whitman, 24 June 1880

Date: June 24, 1880

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Location: Charles Sixsmith Collection at the John Rylands Library, University of Manchester

Whitman Archive ID: man.00041

Contributors to digital file: Courtney Rebecca Lawton, Nima Najafi Kianfar, Eder Jaramillo, Nicole Gray, and Stefan Schöberlein



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New York
June 24th 1880

Mr Walt Whitman.
Dear Sir:—

I received your Postal-Card this Morning, that is Wednesday the 20th? and I thought it my Duty to answer it soo as possible. Mr Walt Whitman I thank you for your kindness of Remembering me I am sure I don't know What I have done as to draw your Attention to me I only hope that some day I will be able to return the Compliment hopping that this Letter will find you in the Best of spirits and helth my Compliments and wishes I remain yours affectionate.


C. A. J. [Hueckberny?]
37 U.S. City
U. S. A.


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