Whitney, A. D. T. (Adeline Dutton Train), 1824-1906 (Poet, novelist)
670 __ |a Wikipedia, viewed April 6, 2016 |b (heading: Adeline Dutton Train Whitney; September 15, 1824--March 20, 1906; born Adeline Dutton Train in Boston, Massachusetts; died in Milton at the age of 81; American poet and prolific writer who published more than 20 books for girls. Her books expressed a traditional view of women’s roles and were popular throughout her life) |u https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adeline_Dutton_Train_Whitney
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Abstract The Lucy Larcom Papers include 2 diaries, Nov. 1859-Aug. 1862; commonplace books, 1859-1867; herbaria; class books and grade book, 1859-1861; rhetoric notes, 1855 and 1857; correspondence with mother, John Greenleaf Whittier and his sister, Mrs. A.D.T.Whitney, and others, 1840s-1890s; paintings; clothing; manuscript poems and the Semi-centennial Sketch of Wheaton Seminary; Kansas Prize Song printed on handkerchief (1855); photographs Larcom owned; articles, obituaries, memorials; genealogical...