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L.H. Sigourney To Mary Cogswell, July 17, 1829
In consulting, upon an object of charity for the present year, say to them I recommend the "widows and orphans of Athens."...What can institute a stronger claim to charity than the extreme sufferings of these exiles?...
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Title: L.H. Sigourney To Mary Cogswell, July 17, 1829
From: Letters -- Miscellaneous Cogswell Family
Creator: Lydia H. Sigourney (author)
Date: July 17, 1829
Format: Correspondence
Publication: Father and Daughter: A Collection of Cogswell Family Letters and Diaries (1772-1830)
Publisher: American School for the Deaf
Source: Yale Medical Library
Control no.: Biog. C659R
Keywords: Advocacy; Africa; Benevolence; Charity; Communication; Connecticut; Correspondence; Deaf; Education; Educational Institutions; Fundraising; Greece; Mason Cogswell; Philanthropy; Religion; Sensory Disability; Social Welfare & Communities
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Mass Media, Culture & The Arts; Social Movements & Advocacy

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