Letters to Bertha Warren from her stepmother, Frances M. Warren, of Hartford County, Connecticut, and her friend, Edith Adam of Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. Bertha Warren is a deaf student, about 20 years old, who attends the Mystic Oral School, later changed to Whipple Home School, in Mystic, New London County, Connecticut. The letters talk of skills that Bertha must learn, especially her art work, her activities, school and news from home.
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She was born April 1875, the daughter of Norman Warren and the stepdaughter of Frances M. Warren. She lived in Hartford County, Connecticut. She attended the Mystic Oral School, later changed to Whipple Home School, in Mystic, New London County, Connecticut in 1894 and 1895.
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