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Label
1881-1922
Inclusive dates
1881-1922
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Writings, 1881-1922, of E. D. Blair (1875-1943) of Richmond, Virginia, consisting of diaries, 1897-1898, and 1901, detailing her travels in Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, England, France, and Holland, and includes an article from the Baltimore SUN concerning the College of Mondronge and the tomb of Romulus, king of Rome; fictional tales, 1888-1889, entitled "Venus and Her Inhabitants," and "A Venese Tale," parts I-III, part III includes a "map" of Venus and two articles from 1922 concerning the possibility of life on Venus; a fictional tale, 1889, entitled "Percival D'Arva," and includes some plant cuttings and leaves brought back from Blair's trip to Europe in 1901; and children's fables, 1881-1882, by an unknown author
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Biographical or historical data
Ellen Donnell Codrington Blair was born 11 March 1875 in Baltimore, Maryland, to Walter Dabney Blair (1835-1909) and Ellen Donnell Smith Blair (1837-1919). Blair belonged to several prominent organizations, including the Virginia Society of Colonial Dames of America, the Academy of Arts, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the Confederate Memorial Literary Society, the Hollywood Memorial Society, and the Women's Club of Richmond. Blair died 27 April 1943 in Richmond, Virginia and is buried in Hollywood Cemetery.
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Vi
Form designation
Writings
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
11
Immediate source of acquisition
Richmond Public Library
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000500347
Type of unit
v.

Library Locations

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