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"The Peabody Sisters Of Salem", is a slice of American history at it early beginnings. Author Louise Hall Tharp sheds light on the "great New England names of the middle of the century -- Horace Mann, Emerson, Channing, Hawthorne, Melville -- were the names of husband and friend, mentor and neighbor of the three sisters, Sophia, the artist, married Nathaniel Hawthorne. Here is the Hawthorne love story for the first time. Elizabeth and Mary charmed Horace Mann, but it was Mary he married. Emerson was Elizabeth's friend, Alcott her adversary till the passing years and Elizabeth's greatness of heart overcame him."
This is a first edition of this book, copyrighted 1950. It is dotted throughout with 11 photos and illustrations tipped-in on glossy paper. This hard-cover, vintage book is complete with its dust-jacket. The book has purple cloth boards with a gilded title on the spine. There is some fading along the cover's top and bottom. The pages are clean and the binding is tight. The dust-jacket is in fair condition. It has scuffing on the front and spine as well as tears along the edges and at the top of the spine. The book measures approximately 8 1/2 inches by 5 3/4 inches and will be SHIPPED FREE Media Mail. If you require quicker delivery, please contact me (additional charges will apply).
A great book of the personal history of one family during America's early childhood.
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The Peabody Sisters Of Salem by Louise Hall Tharp - Nathaniel Hawthorne - Early American History