Emily Ann Brown Daybook and Travel Papers
Held at: Princeton University Library: Manuscripts Division [Contact Us]
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Emily Ann Brown was born in 1841. In 1873-1874, she went on a grand tour of Europe.
Consists of one daybook with entries dated 1861-1862, one travel passport dated 1873, one travel diary chronicling her grand tour in 1873 and travels on the Rhine in 1874, and Brown's handwritten translation from the German of "A Forest Fable."
The order of materials at the time of their acquisition has been retained.
Purchased in 2011.
This collection was processed by Regine Heberlein in 2011. Finding aid written by Regine Heberlein in 2011.
Folder inventory added by Nicholas Williams '2015 in 2012.
The Sarah Anne Vinton Papers on Leonard Alden, which were acquired in the same lot, were processed as a separate collection.
- Brussels (Belgium) -- Description and travel -- 19th century.
- Dreden (Germany) -- Description and travel -- 19th century.
- London (England) -- Description and travel -- 19th century.
- Paris (France) -- Description and travel -- 19th century.
- Rome (Italy) -- Description and travel -- 19th century.
- Vienna (Austria) -- Description and travel -- 19th century.
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