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Edward Strange, 1860-72

 Sub-Series — Box: 4

Scope and Contents

Strange was a protege of Margaret Burleigh and had been confined at the Eastern State Penitentiary. He was released because of illness, and was sent to Emily Howland's where he died of tuberculosis in 1872. Most of the letters are from his family in England. Also included is an incomplete history of his life in the United States by Emily Howland.


  • Creation: 1860-72

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