Annie E. L. Hobbs journal 1876 Hobbs, Annie E. L.

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Annie E. L. Hobbs journal 1876 Hobbs, Annie E. L.

Annie E. L. Hobbs, of Laconia, New Hampshire, wrote this journal during her trip to the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. In detailed passages, she described the various exhibit halls visited and her reactions to the sights of Philadelphia and the spectacle of the exhibition.

31 pages

eng,

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