Barnum, Gertrude. Gertrude Barnum travel diary, 1850.
Gertrude Barnum travel diary, 1850.
Travel diary kept by Gertrude Barnum as she and her mother, Sarah Barnum, sailed from New York to Paris and London in the summer of 1850. Included is Sarah Barnum's passport, noting that mother and daughter were traveling together. Later the volume was used to record letters and as a copybook.
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