THE CIVIL WAR
Mary Ann Russell Jewell

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Collection Mary Eleanor Jewell Sawyer
Copyright Oshkosh Public Museum
Description Albumen print on Cabinet Card Mount of Mary Ann Russell Jewell
MARKS: Ely/Studio No. 2 Elm Street,/Oshkosh, WIS.
Year Range from 1879
Year range to 1882
Notes Bust view of Mary Ann Russell Jewell wearing a dark colored dress with white lace, tie; spectacles and brooch. Mary Russell was born on December 23, 1818 in Salisburry, Connecticut; attended Catherine Beecher Stowe's "Hartford Female Seminary"; taught school; married Henry Chapin Jewell (early Oshksoh Lumberman and city official) on October 1, 1833 in Connecticut; two children lived to adulthood: Mary Elanor Jewell Sawyer, wife of Edgar Sawyer, and Henry Augustus; emigrated to Wisconsin 1843; Algoma in 1848; died in Oshkosh on June 23, 1889.
Object ID P2001.1.29
Object Name cabinet card
People Jewell, Mary Ann Russell
Place Oshkosh, WI
Print size H=6 1/2 W=4 1/4 in
Subjects Portrait photographs
Female
Pioneers
Aged persons
Eyeglasses
Title Mary Ann Russell Jewell
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