Dana collected correspondence, 1808-1938 (bulk 1857-1934).


Dana collected correspondence, 1808-1938 (bulk 1857-1934).

Dana family correspondence collected by Elizabeth Ellery Dana; together with newspaper clippings, natural history specimens, and objects and photographs enclosed within letters.

43.02 linear ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 8064685

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Skinner, Richard Dana, 1893-1941

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Richard Dana Skinner, author on the theater, published a book on Eugene O'Neill in 1935. From the description of Our changing theatre: manuscript, [1931]. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122534945 ...

Dana, Isabella Hazen, 1847-1934

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Dana, Ruth Charlotte, 1814-1901

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Lyman, Ruth Charlotte Dana, 1844-1903

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Dana, Elizabeth Ellery, 1846-1939

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Genealogist of the Dana family; of Cambridge, Mass.; d. 1939. From the description of Personal papers of Elizabeth Ellery Dana, 1829-1940 (bulk 1860-1939). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70976326 From the description of Dana collected correspondence, 1808-1938 (bulk 1857-1934). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70976324 Elizabeth Ellery Dana (1846-1939) was the daughter of Sarah Watson Dana (1814-1907) and Richard Henry Dana, Jr. (1815-1882), maritime lawyer and author...

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Lyman, Richard Dana, 1889-1944

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Lyman, Charlotte Dana, 1885-

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