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Mary Thacher Higginson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson: the story of his life, XVI: the crowning years (search)
feel quite humble. These notes from the journals show the intellectual and physical activity of the remaining years:— Old Colored Women's Home. A jolly spectacle, those old ladies at their tea-table; some of them with white fleecy hair, very becoming, and good features. Feb. 23, 1904. Evening reception from the colored people in Boston, with warm speeches and poetry, etc. It is long since I have been in so close relations with them and their hearts are as warm as ever. Mar. 15, 1904. Lecture South Boston (People I have Met) Church of the Redeemer . . . a remarkably interesting audience—mostly teachers, mechanics and children, very attentive and sympathetic; and greeting me with much personal ardor. It was in an Episcopal chapel hall, but included many Roman Catholics, which I like. June 26, 1905. Began work in earnest on life of my grandfather [Stephen Higginson] and enjoyed it. June 28, 1905. To Rochester, N. Y. to give a Phi Beta Kappa address and