Blackler, Lydia (Hooper)

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Blackler, Lydia (Hooper)


  • circa 1880 (Creation)


Photograph, cartes-de-visite (card photographs), 2.5 x 4 inches

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Lydia Hooper Blackler, who came to Oregon in 1857 by way of the Panama Isthmus. She was born in Massachusetts in 1835. She was a teacher and lived in many places, including Milwaukie, Oregon City, Portland, Olympia and Oakland, California. She taught in Spencer Hall, St. Helens Hall, and Mills College. She died in 1917.

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No Copyright - United States:

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Cartes-de-visite Collection; Org. Lot 500; b1.f113-1; OrHi 91474

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