||Edwin B. Worthen Collection
||Letter to the editor written by Helen M. Packard, Lexington Minute Man, October 4, 1962
In response to a previously published article by Victor McCrossen, Packard suggests McCrossen may be alienating people in his cause to protect the Morell house. Packard provides a list of examples in which Ambrose Morell and his contemporaries lauded Lexington and its residents for the part they played in the Revolution. She further reiterates the importance of Lexington to the Revolution beyond the Battle of Lexington.
2 pages, photocopied from original
McCrossen, Victor A.
||Battle of Lexington
Massachusetts Avenue #627, Parker-Morrell-Dana House
Parker-Morrell-Dana House, Massachusetts Avenue #627
||Letter to the Editor by Helen M. Packard, Lexington Minute Man, October 4, 1962