- .01 linear ft. (1 folder)
- The letter of William Huddleston, a spiritualist, sees Huddleston reporting on his Spring 1872 efforts to run a newly-opened church out of his hometown, Lotus, Indiana. In the letter, Huddleston reports: "We have a Church in the hearing of my home, which just closed 15 days [of?] distracted meeting. I have been in attendance all of the latter party thereof; and have labored with my magnetism, Psycology [sic], and 'will' to counteract their efforts, and they have died a shameful death without a single convert..."
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