Emily Kemble Oliver Brown Andrews collection, 1874-2000.


Andrews, Emily Kemble Oliver Brown, 1835-1920. Emily Kemble Oliver Brown Andrews collection, 1874-2000.

Emily Kemble Oliver Brown Andrews collection, 1874-2000.

Includes correspondence of Donna Smith to Bill Barry (Maine Historical Society reference assistant); a National Park Service Fort Davis information brochure; and photocopies of genealogical information; excerpts of Emily Andrews' diary; newspaper wedding announcements; and an article about Emily Andrews (in the Southwestern Historical Quarterly, July 1982).

10 items : ill., map ; 18-32 cm.

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United States. National Park Service

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Emily Kemble (Oliver) Brown married U.S. Army Colonel George Lippitt Andrews in 1874 at St. Luke's Cathedral in Portland, Me., and then traveled to Fort Davis where Col. Andrews served as commanding officer of the post. She was his second wife. From the description of Emily Kemble Oliver Brown Andrews collection, 1874-2000. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 560319416 ...

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Andrews, George Lippitt, 1828-1920

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