1884 Nov. 22
Hoar, E. R. (Ebenezer Rockwood), 1816-1895
Boston (Mass.) - Hoar thanks Lyman for sending a copy of his "Geological and Topographical Map of Japan," and tells him that it has been deposited in the Town Library. The included enveloped is addressed to Lyman in Northampton, Massachusetts, and has a note in pencil: "Judge E. R. Hoar."
1894 Jan. 6
Kaneko, Kentar?, 1853-1942
Letter of appreciation to Lyman, originally accompanying "photographs presented by his Japanese friends." There is a list of sixteen names in the letter, and the back is marked "Japanese Colony 6 Jan. 1894."
1910 Dec. 19
Bliss, Laura N.
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Mrs. Bliss invites Lyman to dine at the Bliss home on December 26th. The included envelope is addressed to Lyman in Philadelphia.
1891 Aug. 10
Florence (Mass.) - Peck is sorry to hear that Toku is lonely, and assures him that his acquaintances in Massachusetts would be glad to have him back again. The letter mentions that Daisy has become "not very much fun," then reports that Henry's health has improved and he's taken a job in Boston. Peck details an unchaperoned trip to Roberts meadow. The letter is written on the letterhead ... more
1893 Jan. 1
Brewer, Fanny J., 1840-1926
Boston (Mass.) - Fanny thanks Toku for sending a gift, and regrets that he was unable to visit for the holidays. She remarks on a "Xmas" visit from Henry, and another from Miss Seeger. She notes the disagreeable weather, and the likelihood that Grover Cleveland will choose a fine cabinet.