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dc.contributor.authorUncle Frank/Frank T. Hallen_US
dc.coverage.spatialWalthamen_US
dc.coverage.spatialBourneen_US
dc.date.accessioned2013-04-30T17:44:05Z
dc.date.available2013-04-30T17:44:05Z
dc.date.issuedUndateden_US
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10766/5169
dc.description.abstractThree items in a stamped envelope addressed to Miss Irene Hall in Waltham, MA. The first item is a typed poem, entitled: "Trapper Ben's Defeat," and concerns the awareness and plan of furry animals to evade Trapper Ben. The second item is another typed poem across two pages, on the letterhead: "William H. Lincoln School; Frank T. Hall, Principal; Brookline, Mass." The poem is written to Irene and is entitled: "Skunktown Celebrations - Part One;" concerns the celebration of the furry animals at Trapper Ben's departure. The third item is again, a typed poem by Frank T. Hall, entitled: "The Skunktown Ball, Told by Miss Sarepta Crow," concerning the description of the ball.en_US
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dc.language.isoen_USen_US
dc.relation.ispartofA large group of papers, belonging to the Florrie Hall Collection; they are mostly undated, many in original handwriting, concerning prose and poetry.en_US
dc.sourceC:\Users\DHS\Documents\Documents\DHS COLLECTIONS\FLORRIE HALL COLLECTION\PROSE & POETRY\IMAGES\Item 19 envelope.jpg C:\Users\DHS\Documents\Documents\DHS COLLECTIONS\FLORRIE HALL COLLECTION\PROSE & POETRY\IMAGES\Item 19A p01.jpg C:\Users\DHS\Documents\Documents\DHS COLLECTIONS\FLORRIE HALL COLLECTION\PROSE & POETRY\IMAGES\Item 19A p02.jpg C:\Users\DHS\Documents\Documents\DHS COLLECTIONS\FLORRIE HALL COLLECTION\PROSE & POETRY\IMAGES\Item 19B p01.jpg C:\Users\DHS\Documents\Documents\DHS COLLECTIONS\FLORRIE HALL COLLECTION\PROSE & POETRY\IMAGES\Item 19B p02.jpg C:\Users\DHS\Documents\Documents\DHS COLLECTIONS\FLORRIE HALL COLLECTION\PROSE & POETRY\IMAGES\Item 19B p03.jpg C:\Users\DHS\Documents\Documents\DHS COLLECTIONS\FLORRIE HALL COLLECTION\PROSE & POETRY\IMAGES\Item 19C p01.jpg C:\Users\DHS\Documents\Documents\DHS COLLECTIONS\FLORRIE HALL COLLECTION\PROSE & POETRY\IMAGES\Item 19C p02.jpgen_US
dc.subjectPoem entitled: "Trapper Ben's Defeat"en_US
dc.subjectSkunky Ben, the trapperen_US
dc.subjectJohn Hall's ditchen_US
dc.subjectBoston goodsen_US
dc.subjectSinker Necken_US
dc.subjectCrows' warning to the skunks in Skunktownen_US
dc.subjectWarning from Sly Reynard, the skunken_US
dc.subjectAwareness of Skunky Benen_US
dc.subjectFurry animals' plan to lay lowen_US
dc.subjectTrapper Ben's failureen_US
dc.subjectAdvice and counsel given to Ben, Irene's fatheren_US
dc.subjectBen's failure in trapping anythingen_US
dc.subjectMiss Sarepta Crowen_US
dc.subjectDick/Richard Hefleren_US
dc.subjectDeparture of Skunky Benen_US
dc.subjectSkunky nation celebrationen_US
dc.subjectSkunktown Hallen_US
dc.subjectBall in celebration of Skunky Ben's departureen_US
dc.subjectMayor Skunken_US
dc.subjectBurning effigy of Skunky Benen_US
dc.subjectNews from Sister Crowen_US
dc.subjectChristmas weeken_US
dc.subjectShiverick's dikeen_US
dc.subjectTale of the Skunktown Ballen_US
dc.subjectThe Skunktown banden_US
dc.subjectDistribution of invitations by Bold Foxen_US
dc.subjectBill Crow's millen_US
dc.subjectSkunktown glee-menen_US
dc.subjectSpeech by Jim Foxen_US
dc.subjectThe marchen_US
dc.subjectSusie Muskraten_US
dc.titleThreeen_US
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dc.typeWritten materialen_US


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