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To JAMES T. FIELDS [mid-December 1861?], Wheeling Mr. Fields Is the Continental Magazine going to be a friend or a rival of “our’s?” Mr. Leland[1] has written to me to become one of this corps—what shall I tell him? You are my mentor you…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDSOctober 25, 1862, Wheeling  Dear Annie I wrote to you after you left home and meant to sit down and have a long talk with you, but a young lady friend dropped in on me—one of those exigeant people who absorb every moment—you…

”Open Doors. I” “I am not educated, and therefore cannot teach; and I am no seamstress. Yet I must live. Is there no way for me out of starvation and idleness? Is there no door open for me by that of the kitchen, and that other which I cannot…

  INDISCRIMINATE CHARITY.THAT MOTHER’S DEAD CHILD.HUMANITY NOT TO BE LOST IN ORGANIZED CHARITYPERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY STILL NEEDEDHELP TO MEN’S SOULS AS TO THEIR BODIESNO BLAME TOWARD A DRUNKARD WHO DRINKSTHE BLAME LIES FURTHER BACK   To the…

To JAMES T. FIELDSApril 14?, [1862], Wheeling  Mr Fields  I am at home again and hope to get letters safely once more. I received the newspaper criticism and am more grateful than I can tell you for the clipping and marking and trimming you spent…
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