Title: Tabitha at about four years old, seated and standing on a porch.
WorkType: photographs
Identifier: olvgroup1000608
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Tabitha at about four years old, seated and standing on a porch.
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Title:  Tabitha at about four years old, seated and standing on a porch.
Album Title Title: Heterodoxy to Marie
Work Type:  photographs; gelatin silver prints; albums
Date:  ca. 1918-1924
Associated Name:  Turner, Tabitha, subject
Topics:  Porches; children; Children's clothing; Exterior views; Portraits; Women
Note:  Inscription: Caption: Maude Sperry Turner?s daughter Tabitha. [in a different hand:] To dear Auntie Marie but for whom I would not be associating with the thoroughbreds of the world,-- Heterodites, who look like ladies but who really are just like me; cats, who creep like tigers and live like kings; [illegible], who sits in the front seat of the motor-car (where I like to sit), beside you, and sticks his tongue out at the rest of the world and nobody spanks him. For all this, dear Auntie Marie, I thank you. Also, I love you very, very, much-- Tabitha Turner
Related Work:  part of Inez Haynes Irwin Papers. Folder: Heterodoxy to Marie, scrapbook of photographs and appreciations from members of Heterox club to Marie Jenney Howe [1920]. RLG collection level record MHVW85-A237.
Repository:  Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute

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Title:  untitled
Date:  ca. 1918-1924
Dimensions:  3.5x3.5 inches
Note:  Inscription: Caption: Maude Sperry Turner?s daughter Tabitha. [in a different hand:] To dear Auntie Marie but for whom I would not be associating with the thoroughbreds of the world,-- Heterodites, who look like ladies but who really are just like me; cats, who creep like tigers and live like kings; [illegible], who sits in the front seat of the motor-car (where I like to sit), beside you, and sticks his tongue out at the rest of the world and nobody spanks him. For all this, dear Auntie Marie, I thank you. Also, I love you very, very, much-- Tabitha Turner
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Repository:  Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute
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Record Identifier: olvgroup1000608


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