Vaughan, Frederick B. Letter to Walt Whitman. 1860.
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This letter from Fred Vaughan to Walt Whitman was sent on March 19, 1860.
I am sorry I could not see you previous to your departure for Boston. I called in at Pfaffs two evenings in successsion but did not find you on hand. I am quite anxious to hear about how matters are progressing with you.
Write to me as soon as you can make it convenient. Care of Man Ex Co. 140 Chamber St., NewYork.
Every thing remains as usual in New York. I have seen the Atlantic for April. “good, bully for you.”—
Yours as Ever, Fred