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Mary Thacher Higginson, Thomas Wentworth Higginson: the story of his life, XVI: the crowning years (search)
Wentworth Higginson! This poem Colonel Higginson called one of the greatest laurels I ever won. He thus alluded in his diary to the celebration:— Dec. 21. Evening — an unexpected and elaborate reception by the Authors' Club. There was a series of flattering speeches, of a more headturning description than anything I ever had addressed to me, but they left me happy and humble. After one of the receptions given him by the Grand Army Post which bore his name, he wrote, Reception by T. W. H. Post Sons of Veterans—much enthusiasm making me 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 th