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|Abstract||Helen Monkhouse lived in London, P.W. The collection is a handwritten manuscript written by Monkhouse, 1907, entitled "A Brief Account of the Earrings of the Princess Pocahontas," and two letters, 1907, regarding the the history of the Pocahontas earrings that were exhibited at the Jamestown Exposition.|
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Helen Monkhouse lived in London, P.W.Back to Top
The collection is a handwritten manuscript, 1907, entitled "A Brief Account of the Earrings of the Princess Pocahontas," written by Helen Monkhouse, London, P.W., and two letters, 1907, regarding the the history of the Pocahontas earrings that were exhibited at the Jamestown Exposition.Back to Top
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