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Aylene D. Goddard collection, 1948-2002.

Author: Aylene D Goddard; George H M Lawrence; Leslie Dick
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Liberty Hyde Bailey and Harrison family materials include genealogical information; newspaper articles about Bazel Harrison; note on death of George M. Harrison; family group records, compiled by Aylene D. Goddard, ca. 2001. (Most photocopies) Liberty Hyde Bailey, 1858-1954, an appreciation by George H. M. Lawrence, 1955. Words said about a birthday, addresses in recognition of the ninetieth anniversary of the natal  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Genealogical tables
Biography
Named Person: Liberty Hyde Bailey; Martha Stillwell Harrison; Bazel Harrison; George Milton Harrison; Harrison family.; Madelon Louisa Stockwell
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Aylene D Goddard; George H M Lawrence; Leslie Dick
OCLC Number: 651933915
Description: 1 box (.25 cu. ft.)
Other Titles: Liberty Hyde Bailey, 1858-1954, an appreciation.
Michigan childhood.

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Liberty Hyde Bailey and Harrison family materials include genealogical information; newspaper articles about Bazel Harrison; note on death of George M. Harrison; family group records, compiled by Aylene D. Goddard, ca. 2001. (Most photocopies) Liberty Hyde Bailey, 1858-1954, an appreciation by George H. M. Lawrence, 1955. Words said about a birthday, addresses in recognition of the ninetieth anniversary of the natal day of Liberty Hyde Bailey, delivered at Cornell University, 29 April 1948. Kalamazoo Gazette newspaper clipping, 5 March 2002, titled, "Jan Getz, James Vrhel preserve a landmark," about the effort to preserve the tombstones of Martha and Bazel Harrison. Research materials on William "Uncle Billy" Harrison. A documentary supplement to the journals of Madelon Louisa Stockwell, 1856-1860, compiled by Leslie Dick, ca. 1988. This supplement is a portfolio containing facsimile copies of documents referenced in Michigan childhood: the journals of Madeon Louisa Stockwell, 1856-1860. Stockwell was from Kalamazoo, Mich., and was the first woman admitted to the University of Michigan in 1870. The journals are from her childhood.

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