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Entries include brief biographical information and a typed biography sent in 1941, beginning with Washburn's musical study in California with a Mexican guitarist and an account of her piano and vocal study in New York City performing with the Rubenstein Club of Woman's Voices under Wm. R. Chapman as well as the return to her Maine family home, The Norland, and working on the farm as early training for World War I jobs as a milk tester and a nurse presented with two photographs of Washburn: a full-length photograph of Washburn in a sunhat holding her Grandfather Israel's cane and a sepia toned smaller photographic portrait, several years of typed correspondence concerning delays in publication, the advance payment policies of the [Maine] State Bureau of Purchases, and descriptions of stipend and non-stipend libraries culminate with a typed letter on receipt of Lilian Washburn's book based on the transcription of Israel Washburn's stories My Seven Sons.
Washburn, Lilian 1870-1945; Maine State Library; and Vilenius, Lillian Washbunr 1870-1945, "Lilian Washburn Correspondence" (2016). Maine Writers Correspondence. 671.
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