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Spelling Book

1826 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

This spelling book belonged to Sarah Maria Wright (1816 – 1908) who married Daniel Neal (1817 – 1907) during the mid to late 1830s, in Lincolnshire. She inscribed her name in it and the date of February 15th, 1826.


object details
Category
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Printed paper bound with leather
Brief Description
Spelling book used by Sarah Maria Wright (1816 – 1908), made in England, 1826.
Physical Description
The spelling book is made of printed paper bound with leather, inscribed on the inside.
Marks and Inscriptions
'Sarah Maria Wright, February 15th 1826' (Written in pencil on inside)
Credit line
Given by Sheila Battram and Linda Grantham
Summary
This spelling book belonged to Sarah Maria Wright (1816 – 1908) who married Daniel Neal (1817 – 1907) during the mid to late 1830s, in Lincolnshire. She inscribed her name in it and the date of February 15th, 1826.
Associated Object
Collection
Accession Number
T.38-2006

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record createdNovember 23, 2006
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