Martha Dickinson Bianchi papers, 1847-1944 (inclusive), 1923-1937 (bulk).

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Martha Dickinson Bianchi papers, 1847-1944 (inclusive), 1923-1937 (bulk).

Publication materials and personal papers of Martha Dickinson Bianchi, niece of American poet, Emily Dickinson, and editor of her work.

3 boxes (2.75 linear ft.)

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SNAC Resource ID: 6385035

Houghton Library

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