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Letter from Emily Dickinson to Mrs. Henry Hills

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Title: Letter from Emily Dickinson to Mrs. Henry Hills
Date: 1879?
Source: M 235 Emily Dickinson letter to Mrs. Henry Hills, circa 1879. 

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Description: Autograph letter from Emily Dickinson to her neighbor, Mrs. Henry Hills (Adelaide Spencer Hills).
8 inches by 5 inches. Pencil.
Johnson Letters # 614.
The letter reads:

Vocal, is but one
form of remembrance,
dear friend.
the cherishing
that is speechless,
is equally
warm -
Citation:
“Letter from Emily Dickinson to Mrs. Henry Hills,” VCU Libraries Gallery, accessed December 13, 2019, https://gallery.library.vcu.edu/items/show/79597.