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Justice Frank J. and Virginia Williams
This handwritten letter, dated June 19, 1865, is written from John Bigelow, in Paris, France, to Jules Favre. The letter is written entirely in French. The letter acknowledges a letter Bigelow had received from Favre an thanks him for the copies of the journal, "Masonic World" that accompanied it. The letter goes on to mention the death of President Lincoln and the effect it has had on him. The letter is written on "Legation des Etats Unis" stationary. An envelope and a catalog description are included with the letter. The catalog description provides a transcription of the letter.
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Letter, John Bigelow to Jules Favre, June 19, 1865, Original Manuscript Collection, Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana, Mississippi State University Libraries.