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Record 1435/2271
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Collection Edwin B. Worthen Collection
Date 1962
Abstract "Ambrose Morel House," Lexington Minute Man, November 15, 1962

Mrs. Vincent McCrossen writes about the importance of Lexington to American literary history. She argues Ambroise Morel was the impetus for the Concord School of authors.

[Cataloger's note: The full article is not in the collection; it is incomplete and cuts off abruptly.]

1 page, photocopied from original
Object ID Worthen.18.40A.09
Object Name Newspaper
People Alcott, Amos
Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Hawthorne, Nathaniel
McCrossen, Victor A.
McCrossen, Victor A. (Mrs.)
Morell, Ambrose
Search Terms Concord MA
Massachusetts Avenue #627, Parker-Morrell-Dana House
Parker-Morrell-Dana House, Massachusetts Avenue #627
Title "Ambrose Morel House" by Mrs. Vincent McCrossen, Lexington Minute Man, November 15, 1962
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