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Brown, Frances Elizabeth. Letters, 1866-1867

Date
1866-1867
Abstract

7 letters from Brown to Abigail L. and Caroline E. Slade (both VC Special Students from 1866-1867) at Fall River, Massachusetts. The letters discuss housing, upperclassman recitations, social news, Founder's Day and faculty, including Henry Van Ingen and his wife. Brown details changes to the

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Brown, Francis Elizabeth | to Abigail Slade, Jan. 1867:

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Date
January 10, 1867
Abstract

VC Spec 1866-1867

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Brown, Francis Elizabeth | to Abigail Slade, Oct. 1866:

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Date
October 14, 1866
Abstract

VC Spec 1866-1867

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Brown, Francis Elizabeth | to Caroline and Abigail Slade, May. 1867:

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Date
May 09, 1867
Abstract

VC Spec 1866-1867

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Brown, Francis Elizabeth | to Caroline and Abigail Slade, Sep. 1866:

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Date
September 20, 1866
Abstract

VC Spec 1866-1867

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Brown, Francis Elizabeth | to Caroline Slade, Jan. 1867:

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Date
January 10, 1867
Abstract

VC Spec 1866-1867

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Brown, Francis Elizabeth | to Caroline Slade, Mar. 1867:

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Date
March 15, 1867
Abstract

VC Spec 1866-1867

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Brown, Francis Elizabeth | to Caroline Slade, Oct. 1866:

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Date
October 12, 1866
Abstract

VC Spec 1866-1867

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