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Fonds AM5 - Elida Bell collection

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Elida Bell collection

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AM5

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  • 1886-1887 (Creation)
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    Bell, Elida

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2 pages

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Elida Bell (1870-1945) was the daughter of Edward C. Bell of Mariposa, California and wife of Charles Lister Austin. She is reported to have arrived in Moodyville in 1883 and Granville in 1885.

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Essays written at the Hastings Sawmill School, 22 November, 1886, and at the Oppenheimer Street School, 26 January, 1887, by Elida Bell, with annotations by Major J.S. Matthews.

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Presented by Mrs. C.L. Austin (Elida Bell) in 1936.

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File formerly located at 500-B-03 fld 04

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  • Box: 500-A-01 fld 04