D. F. Abbott
Sabin's diary: "Mar. 25. '63 started from Pr. du Chien 6 oclock. Dellie (Thos. Woodruffs son N.Y.) went with me to [illegible]ea. Reached Madison at 11. Went to the university spent 2 hours with Mr. Muir in his room. Went to Mrs. Skinners & found Frank & got dinner. Went uptown into the capitol, saw Mr Craig, but Prof. Pickard was out of town. Went to the Depot, then returned to Mrs. Skinners. Went into Historical room under the Bap. ch. Frank & I staid in Mr. Muirs room. Morning Th. Took breakfast at Mrs. Skinners." Then he went to first Ward School — Jamesville & etc. - - - Well, I hope I have not tired you out. Are you & yours & David & his all well.My regards to you all.From your friendD. T. Abbott.[in margin: 656]Oxford, Ks.
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 12.5 cm.
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