In Her Own Right

Sadie Brouwer Bartram letter to Martha Schofield

Image A00181173 1 lg
Date created 1865-02-19
Creators Bartram, Sadie (Sarah Mott Brouwer), 1844-1878
Description Martha Schofield met Sadie Brouwer in 1859 while teaching at a school in Harrison, New York, and the two remained close friends. Brouwer discusses spiritualism, a recent visit from Schofield's sister Lydia, her views on theater, and a lecture by Anna E. Dickinson she recently attended.
Size 8 pages
Type text
Subjects Bartram, Sadie (Sarah Mott Brouwer), 1844-1878 | Female friendship | Spiritualism | Theater | Dickinson, Anna E. (Anna Elizabeth), 1842-1932 | Women orators | Books and reading | Literature and morals
Geographical location Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
Language English
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Contributing institution Friends Historical Library: Swarthmore College
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