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Ervin, Frances Nichols, 1892-1982

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Biography

She is also known as Mrs. Robert Gilpin Ervin.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Letters from Mrs. Robert Gilpin Ervin and Margaret Ogilvy, National Institute for the Blind to Mildred Bliss on Gardens for the Blind, June 6-October 23, 1951 Digital

File — Box: E, Folder: 14, item: 3Identifier: DDO-RB-GAR-001, E14:Ervin 1951.10.23
Scope and Contents: Handwritten letter from Frances Quincy Nichols Ervin (Mrs. Robert Gilpin Ervin) to Mildred Bliss suggests Mildred get in touch with Miss Victoria Adele Wilkinson, 2 Bywater Street, Chelsea SW 3 who is "very high up in the Royal Institute for the Blind". Ervin describes Wilkinson as a splendid person who migth have some good suggestions for Mildred's plan to build a garden for the blind at Dumbarton Oaks. Wilkinson is the granddaughter of Sir Eyre Crowe who was at the Foreign Office and her...

Note from Frances Q. Ervin, 1900 Que Street N.W., Washington 9, D.C. to Mildred Bliss with newspaper clipping of a N.Y. Times Book Review, "Handbook for the Blind", June 15, 1952 Digital

File — Box: E, Folder: 14, item: 7Identifier: DDO-RB-GAR-001, E14:NY Times Book Review 1952.06.15
Scope and Contents:

Note by Frances Quincy Nichols Ervin to Mildred Bliss and sending to her a book review. Newspaper clipping of a New York Times Book Review published June 15, 1952 in the New York Times. Book reviewed titled, "A Handbook for the Blind by Juliet Bindt. Book review written by Baynard Kendrick.