Phelps, Lydia R. Baldwin, d. 1872

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Lydia R. Baldwin was born in Southampton, Massachusetts. Her father was Ezekiel Baldwin. She entered Mount Holyoke Female Seminary in 1843 and graduated in 1845. She worked as a teacher in Easthampton, Northampton, Southampton, and Westfield, Massachusetts, and then married David B. Phelps in 1849. They had three sons and a daughter. She died in Southampton in 1872.

From the guide to the Phelps Papers MS 0641., 1843-1845, ca.1872, (Mount Holyoke College Archives and Special Collections)

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Mount Holyoke Female Seminary--Religious life - 1843-1845
Mount Holyoke Female Seminary--Student life - 1843-1845
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Missionaries--United States
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Mountain Day - 1845
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Mountain Day - 1844
Diseases--History--19th century--Sources
Mountain Day--Massachusetts--South Hadley
Women--Health and hygiene--History--19th century--Sources
Mount Holyoke Female Seminary--Schedules
Mount Holyoke Female Seminary--Domestic work
Mountain Day
Women college students--Massachusetts
Women college students
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Death 1872

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