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While homesick, Thomas reports that he is content in Delaware and that "the College is flourishing finely." He invites Jacob out for commencement, which will be Dr. Thomson's last as president of Ohio Wesleyan. He offers his opinion of Wilbur's letter-writing.
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boarding; Delaware, Ohio; Edward Thomson (OWU); tuition; Lorenzo D. McCabe (OWU); Charles Caldwell McCabe (OWU); Mary Monnett (OWU)
Armstrong, Thomas Sumption, 1835-1909 -- Correspondence; Armstrong family -- Correspondence; Ohio Wesleyan University -- Students -- 19th century
Armstrong, Thomas S., "Letter from Thomas S. Armstrong to Jacob G. Armstrong" (1860). Harvey Collection Letters. 34.
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