Collection: Stephen Griffin Collection >> The supplanter / by Grace Duffie Boylan; frontispiece by Stanley...
The supplanter /
by Grace Duffie Boylan; frontispiece by Stanley L. Wood.
|Main Creator:||Boylan, Grace Duffie, 1861?-1935.|
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Boston : Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 
Grace Duffie Boylan was born on 9 February, 1861, at Kalamazoo, Michigan, one of eleven children born to Phelix K. and Juliette Duffie. Her father, who had emigrated from Ireland, owned the Dollar House Hotel in Kalamazoo. During the American Civil War, he served for eighteen months as a Captain in the 19th Michigan Infantry, Company K. Her most famous book was Thy Son Liveth : Messages from a Soldier to his Mother. It is her account of what her son communicated to her about death using Morse code and automatic writing after his death on the battlefield in France during World War I.
Physical description: 362 pages : frontispiece ; 20 cm.
|Contained in:||Stephen Griffin Collection|
GR 5728: Stephen Griffin Collection
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