JOHNSTON, JOSEPH E. Autograph Letter Signed, "J.E. Johnston," to "Beloved Dick," accepting his proposal to visit Johnston, giving his home address, and mentioning that he might expect to see there his friend Robert [Milligan?] McLane. 2 pages, 12mo, written on first and terminal pages of a folded sheet; cello tape remnants at upper corners verso, folds. Washington, 27 September 1884
"Your . . . proposed visit to these regions gladdened my heart . . . . When you get to Washington, come straight to my house--1023 Connecticut Avenue. You may find your old friend Rob't McLane with me. . . . . . . [T]he visit from you . . . will be better, to my notion, than the life on the R.R."
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