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Mary Thacher Higginson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson: the story of his life, XVI: the crowning years (search)
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 felt no harm from it. July 6. First proof from Part of a man's Life. This was in a manner a continuation of Cheerful Yesterdays, although more fragmentary. In 1905, Margaret was married, with her father's cordial approval, to a young Boston physician. The ceremony took place in the village church at Dublin, and Dr. Robert Collyer officiated. Fortunately his views about the heathen obey coincided with those of the