Emily Hermon - Correspondence
Manuscripts Collection, Georgetown University Library, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Correspondence regarding Mrs. Hermon's mental health. Includes letters written by members of the Udny, the Ryan and the Hermon families, both to Edward Hermon while he was alive, and to J. James after Edward Hermon's death. Also, letters written by Mrs. Hermon in her delusions, addressed to friends and magistrates. Specially interesting are the letters written by Thomas James Arnold, barrister and police magistrate, regarding Mrs. Hermon's accusatory correspondence.
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Hermon, Edward, papers (GTM.000003); box 2; folder 6;
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