“Battle Hymn Of The Republic” Poet Julia Ward Howe Thanks A Friend For An Azalea Plant
by JULIA WARD HOWE
JULIA WARD HOWE (1819-1910). An American writer and activist for abolitionism and women’s rights, Howe is best-known for writing “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”. ALS. 1pg. March 17, 1910. 241 Beacon Street [Boston]. An autograph letter signed “Julia Ward Howe” and addressed to “Mr. Latimer”: “Many thanks, my dear Mr. Latimer, for this beautiful azalea plant. May your window garden blossom delightfully. Your’s sincerely Julia Ward Howe”. Latimer is likely a relative of Howe’s friend, the writer Elizabeth Wormeley Latimer (1822-1904), possibly her son Ralph Randolph Latimer (1862-1931). The letter is in fine condition. (Inventory #: 3677)
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