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Get revved up for a romantic Valentine’s Day by reading the exploits of a young man looking for love at the turn of the 20th Century…
Who will Edward end up with? Check back next week as things heat up and there’s a wedding!
MSS 473 Edward Tudor Gross Diaries. Edward, the youngest son of John Mason Gross and Elizabeth Judson Gross, was born September 16, 1878. At the age of eleven, his father started paying him to keep a diary which became a lifelong habit. The RIHS holds 63 of his diaries dating from Jan 1, 1890 through April 18, 1948.
-Jennifer Galpern Special Collections Research Associate
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