Norton Strange Townshend family papers  1807-1995
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Container / Location Title
Box   31  
Writings,  1839-1957 [subseries]

Scope note: These writings, both published and unpublished, are on a variety of topics: religious, personal, and professional. They are arranged by author in order of earliest to latest birth date. Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, the famous dress reformer and publisher ofSybil, was a family friend of the Dodges, and a poem she gave to them is included.

Levi R. Dodge [subseries]
Religious testimony,  1839
Lydia Hasbrouck, friend of Orange W. Dodge [subseries]
"The First Eclogue,"  1885
(Florence) Isabella Donaghue Dodge [subseries]
School notebook,  c. 1870
"Reading,"  c. 1870
"Prayer Rock" [n.d.]
"The Advantage of Good Thoughts" [n.d.]
"The Mountains Were Brought Near Us…" [n.d.]
"The Mountains Were Brought Near Us…", typescript
"My Visit to Iowa" [n.d.]
"My Visit to Iowa", typescript
"In the Early Days…" [n.d.]
Homer L. Dodge [subseries]
"Challenges of the Atomic Age" ( 1945)
"Running the Big Sault in an Open Canoe" ( 1957)