Mary Johanna Rhodes Wild diary
- 1845 - 1865
Diary of Mary Johanna Rhodes Wild, detailing her daily life in Brookline, Massachusetts, as the wife of homeopathic doctor Charles Wild. Wild discusses housekeeping, finances, and marital discord, as well as her reading, occasional travels, and circle of friends and family. The volume includes 12 pages of a diary by her mother, Mary Throop Cushing Rhodes.
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Open for research; digital version also available. Volume is fragile and should be used with care.
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Mary Johanna Rhodes Wild
Mary Johanna Rhodes Wild was born in 1799 in Providence, Rhode Island to William Nehemiah Rhodes and Mary Throop Cushing Rhodes. In 1819 she married homeopathic doctor Charles Wild and they settled in Brookline, Massachusetts. They had at least one son, Edward, who fought for the Union in the Civil War.
Mary Throop Cushing Rhodes
Mary Throop Cushing Rhodes was born 1775, married William Nehemiah Rhodes in 1796, and had seven children, among them Mary Johanna Rhodes Wild. She died in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1850.
.5 Linear Feet (1 container) : 1 volume; circa 110 pages ; 19 cm
Language of Materials
Purchased from Ian Brabner, Bookseller (2012).
Existence of digital copies
This item has been digitized and is available online; a link is included in the inventory.
Materials Specific Details
Fair. Binding is loose, pages are folded and torn, and an oversewn insert is hanging by a thread. Earlier mercantile account entries from the 1830s were excised.
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