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Letter from G. P. A. HEALY to CAROLINE CRANE MARSH, dated January 25, 1873.

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Title: Letter from G. P. A. HEALY to CAROLINE CRANE MARSH, dated January 25, 1873.

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  • Healy, G. P. A.

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  • Marsh, Caroline Crane, 1816-1901

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Letter from G. P. A. HEALY to CAROLINE CRANE MARSH, dated January 25, 1873., Original located at the University of Vermont's Special Collections in the George Perkins Marsh Collection, filed by date., http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/gphccm730125 (accessed April 16, 2014)

Letter from G. P. A. HEALY to CAROLINE CRANE MARSH, dated January 25, 1873.

Transcribed by : John Thomas, Ralph H. Orth and Ellen Thomson

TEI mark-up by : James P. Tranowski andEllen Thomson


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Paris January 25th 1873.
64. Rue de la Rochefoucauld.



My dear Mrs. Marsh,

I beg to send you the pleasant news that my daughter is to be married on the 14th of next month to M. Charles Bigot, un grand prix d'Athens: thus you see he is a man of letters. He is highly satisfactory to us all, especially to Mary!

At last I have all my fifteen large cases from Rome. I wish you could see how well my Atelier is arranged, when you next visit Paris I hope we may see you in it and also to show you our nice grand children playing in the garden. I have about finished my picture -------------------------------- Page -------------------------------- of the Peace Makers; they tell me if I make a good picture of M. Thiers, who is to give me his first sitting to day, it will give me a good start here.

We all miss you & yours greatly this winter. Our boy is doing extremely well in his studies.

Mrs. Healy & the girls join me in affectionate remembrances to you Mr. Marsh and Miss Crane.

Ever Sincerely your friend

Geo. P. A. Healy

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