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(1) “The Corner,” home of Samuel Ward at the corner of Bond Street and Broadway.

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(2) Eliza Cutler Francis, “Auntie Francis.”

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(3) Julia during her honeymoon.

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(4) Samuel Gridley Howe, 1857.

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(5) Laura Bridgman as a young girl; bust by Sophia Peabody.

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(6) The Perkins Institute for the Blind, South Boston.

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(7) Dr. Howe teaching Laura Bridgman drawing, 1889.

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(8) Laura Bridgman, 1845.

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(9) Green Peace, from a photo taken in 1875.

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(10) Annie Ward Maillard.

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(11) Louisa Ward Crawford, from miniature by Annie Hall.

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(12) The “Hotel Rambouillet”; Cliff House, Newport, R.I.; summer of 1852. Left to right: Thomas G. Appleton, John G. Coster, Julia Ward Howe, Fanny Appleton Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and Augusta Freeman, who had been Julia’s friend in Rome.

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(13) Walt Whitman, July 1854, engraving by Samuel Hollyer, frontispiece of first edition of Leaves of Grass.

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(14) John Brown, 1856.

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(15) Senator Charles Sumner, 1859.

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(16) The Howe children, 1869. Left to right: Julia Romana, Maud (in plaid dress), Harry, Flossy, and Laura.

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(17) Michael Anagnos.

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(18) Chev, photograph by A. Marshall, 1870.

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(19) Julia Romana Howe Anagnos.

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(20) Mary A. Livermore.

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(21) John Elliott, by José Villegas Cordero.

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(22) Julia with her great-grandson, Henry Shaw. Her namesake grand-daughter Julia Ward Howe Richards Shaw is on her left, and her daughter Laura Richards on the right.

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(23) Julia in embroidered jacket and Breton lace cap, photograph by J.E. Purdy, 1902.

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(24) Julia elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1908, wearing two of her favorite rings.

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