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Guide to the Abigail Belden Whelpley Papers
1807-1921, undated
 MS 3067

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Whelpley, Abigail Belden, 1817-1880
Title: Abigail Belden Whelpley papers
Dates [inclusive]: 1807-1921, undated
Abstract: The collection primarily consists of manuscripts written by the Protestant author Abigail Belden Whelpley in the mid-1800s, including prose and poetry pieces most prominently on Christian thought and scripture, contemporary social issues, and the godliness of the natural world. Whelpley's writings also include commentary on the Civil War, the Temperance Society, and international affairs. Additionally, the papers contain correspondence and ephemera, including documents that concern Whelpley's father and son.
Quantity: .42 Linear Feet in one document box.
Call Phrase: MS 3067