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- Collection Number:
- Mary Eliza Starbuck Letter
- Starbuck, Mary Eliza.
- Nantucket Historical Association
- Material is in English.
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Preferred Citation: [identification of item], in the Mary Eliza Starbuck Letter, Nantucket Historical Association.
Gift of Dennis Shapiro of Chestnut Hill, Mass., in June 2017 (Acc. RL2017.7).Sensitive Materials Statement:
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- Campbell, Amelia Day.
- Starbuck, Mary Eliza, 1856-1938.
- Nantucket (Mass.)—Social life and customs—20th century.
Mary Eliza Starbuck (1856-1938) was born on Nantucket, Mass. She was a founder and the first secretary of the Nantucket Historical Association. She was also a poet of a volume of poems entitled Nantucket and Other Verses and an author of a book entitled My House and I. She traced her ancestry back to Nantucket’s earliest settler families. She never married.
Scope and Content
The Mary Eliza Starbuck Letter is from Mary Eliza Starbuck to Amelia Day Campbell, dated December 8, 1920. It discusses an article by Amelia Day Campbell on Miles Standish published in Americana magazine and also contains some Nantucket memories and Christmas greetings.
- Folder 1 Letter from Mary Eliza Starbuck to Amelia Day Campbell, 1920
Processed by Alison Barr, June 2018. Finding aid written Alison Barr, June 2018.