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Elizabeth K. Frothingham Papers, 1804-1981.

Author: Elizabeth Keats Butler Frothingham; Whitfield Cook
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Salem, MA woman. Collection includes: letters regarding her son, Jonathan Reardon; letters from Joseph H. Beale at Harvard Law School, manuscript poetry from 1804; script of a play by Whitfield Cook called "The Little Locksmith" which Libby Frothingham attended; 2 letters from Hiram Almy while serving in Civil War (typescripts); notes on decorative arts; genealogy and application for membership to the National  Read more...
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Named Person: Joseph Henry Beale; Elizabeth Keats Butler Frothingham
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Keats Butler Frothingham; Whitfield Cook
OCLC Number: 726938299
Description: 1 box.

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Salem, MA woman. Collection includes: letters regarding her son, Jonathan Reardon; letters from Joseph H. Beale at Harvard Law School, manuscript poetry from 1804; script of a play by Whitfield Cook called "The Little Locksmith" which Libby Frothingham attended; 2 letters from Hiram Almy while serving in Civil War (typescripts); notes on decorative arts; genealogy and application for membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (1907). Related to Ebenezer Newcomb and Almy family.

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