Papers, 1781-1928.


Papers, 1781-1928.

Papers of Annie Aubertine Woodward Moore, an author, musician, and translator, whose pen name was Auber Forestier, and who came to Madison, Wis., from Philadelphia in 1879. Also present are articles on music, biographies, translations, poems and notes, and some genealogical information. There are reminiscences regarding Ole Bull by his son Alexander, and Mrs. Moore's description of visits with Emerson and Walt Whitman. The processed portion of this collection is summarized above and described in the register. Additional accessions are described below.

3.6 c.f. (11 archives boxes); plusadditions of 30 photographs.

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