Fred Wilton Russell diary
- 1875 April 23 - 1876 September 30.
Diary relating the author's travels in Europe, including his stays in Paris and at a school in Plauen, Germany, and his trips with his family to spas in Carlsbad and Franzenbad.
- Russell, Fred Wilton (Person)
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Though the copyright interests have not been transferred to Boston College, this volume is in the public domain.
American traveller in Europe. Fred Wilton Russell (1858-1877) was the son of Daniel Webster Russell (1835-1895) and Hannah Antoinette Russell (1838-1877). Daniel Webster Russell was a successful salesman for New York Life. In the early 1870s the Russell family took an extended trip to Europe, during which Fred Wilton Russell studied in Paris, France, and Plauen, German, and led an active social life. During this trip Fred, three of his siblings, and Hannah Antoinette Russell died. Daniel Webster Russell returned to the United States with Frank Axtell Russell (1867-1937), his surviving son, and settled in Brookline.
1 Volumes : 195 pages ; 19 cm
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Purchased from Ian Brabner, Bookseller, 2013.
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