Letter from Jane Maria Storms to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter in which Storms asks Owen to scold their 'son' the congressman [she may be referring to Robert Dale Owen, son of Robert Owen who was a congressman]. She talks about the boundary dispute in the state of Oregon. Storms, who is writing from New York, tells Owen that she hopes to see him in Washington and hopes that she will have all of his attention as he is prone to flirting. She continues to talk about the Oregon dispute. She later suggest that she and Owen elope as she is unhappy with the current state of the world.

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Stamped number: 1400