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    • December 29, 1882 Letter John H. Vincent to Elizabeth D. Vincent

    • Vincent, John Heyl (1832-1920)
    • Vincent, Elizabeth Dusenbury (1832-1909)
    • ''Lib Dusenbury - the years are going by, I am sorely dissatisfied with myself. I don't grow in worldliness and spirituality. I think you do. I see it in your tone, your talk, your self control. I am glad for you and proud of you; but as for myself...
    • January 17, 1882 Letter John H. Vincent to Elizabeth D. Vincent

    • Vincent, John Heyl (1832-1920)
    • Vincent, Elizabeth Dusenbury (1832-1909)
    • Vincent discusses the changes in the South since the end of the Civil War. He talks about the KKK and the Southern feeling toward African Americans "improving.'' He also writes about the Civil War, in the opinion of a college professor he meets,...
    • January 19, 1882 Letter John H. Vincent to Elizabeth D. Vincent

    • Vincent, John Heyl (1832-1920)
    • Vincent, Elizabeth Dusenbury (1832-1909)
    • Vincent discussing "Harrison the Boy Revivalist"(evangelist) and how he is "ignorant, pious, egotistical, superficial, weak, silly, fervent, and to me a nuisance. He is a sort of pious crank.'' He also notes that he is glad that his son George...
    • March 19, 1882 Letter John H. Vincent to Elizabeth D. Vincent

    • Vincent, John Heyl (1832-1920)
    • Vincent, Elizabeth Dusenbury (1832-1909)
    • ''I suppose you read my answer to the critics, in my article After Harrison - What? I shall tomorrow a.m. mail another and final letter - subject: Evangilization and Edification. I think it will do good. I have had hosts of letters and oral...
    • October 25, 1882 Letter John H. Vincent to Elizabeth D. Vincent

    • Vincent, John Heyl (1832-1920)
    • Vincent, Elizabeth Dusenbury (1832-1909)
    • 'I like Canada. The people here are a hospitable, practical earnest people. Their home life (I speak of regular Canadians) is less severe than that of the old Puritans and more strict than that of our lax Americans.'
    • Stereoscopic card: Group of Ten Workers at Chautauqua, N.Y.

    • L.E. Walker, Publisher, Warsaw, N.Y.
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    • Recto: Publisher information along both sides with 'Studies, Portraits and Groups' on the left and L. E. Walker, Publisher, Warsaw, N. Y. on the right. Below the image is 'Group of ten workers at Chautauqua, N.Y.' Verso: Workers are identified...

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