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Ashford, Connecticut and Kingston, Rhode Island, Papers : 1806-1859.

Author: Ruby BullardPercy K Bullard LathamAmey A LathamLorenzo BullardMary BrooksAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Mostly poems written by, copied by, or sent to Ruby Bullard of Ashford, CT and her sister Percy K. Bullard Latham of Ashford, CT and Kingston, RI. Also includes their teaching certificates; a letter from Percy to their sister [in-law?] Amey A. Latham; and several letters from their brother Lorenzo Bullard, of Fruit Hill, RI, and cousins Mary Brooks, Edward Keyes, Jr., of Montpelier, [VT?], and Mrs. Rachel S. Latham.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Poems
Clippings
Certificates
Named Person: Bullard family.; Bullard family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ruby Bullard; Percy K Bullard Latham; Amey A Latham; Lorenzo Bullard; Mary Brooks; Rachel S Latham; Zuinglius Bullard; Anna A Arnold; Judith Sears; Sarah Weeks; Abigail K Barnes; Sigourney, Mrs.; George Gordon Byron Byron, Baron; Anne Isabella Milbanke Byron Byron, Baroness
OCLC Number: 122544601
Description: 74 items.

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Mostly poems written by, copied by, or sent to Ruby Bullard of Ashford, CT and her sister Percy K. Bullard Latham of Ashford, CT and Kingston, RI. Also includes their teaching certificates; a letter from Percy to their sister [in-law?] Amey A. Latham; and several letters from their brother Lorenzo Bullard, of Fruit Hill, RI, and cousins Mary Brooks, Edward Keyes, Jr., of Montpelier, [VT?], and Mrs. Rachel S. Latham. (The verso of one poem includes a list by Zuinglius Bullard). Other correspondents and senders/authors of poems include Anna A. Arnold of Thompson, [CT?] and Smithtown, NY; Judith Sears of Rushford, [NY]; and Sarah Weeks of Ashford, CT. One poem is identified as being by Lord Byron, another by Lady Byron, and two others by Mrs. Sigourney. Also included are two poems clipped from newspapers.

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