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Letter of Emily Howland's later published in a newspaper. Discusses her travels from Aurora, New York, to Baltimore, Maryland, with activist Caroline F. Putnam. Relates a discussion with Ezra Cornell about coeducation at Cornell University and her meeting with "New York Tribune" editor Thomas Rooker. Mentions attending a lecture by naturalist Louis Agassiz. Putnam's name is attached to the end of the article, perhaps in error.