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Monday, September 6, 2010
1919 Postcard of Eagle Island estate of Robert E. Peary; to Angie M. Pulsifer, teacher in Auburn, Maine, area
Postcard dated July 15, 1919:
EAGLE ISLAND, ME. Near Harpswell. Summer home of Admiral R. E. Peary, discoverer of the North Pole. Seen from steamers from Portland to Harpswell, Gurnet and New Meadows.
The postcard was sent from friend A. A. D. to Miss Angie Pulsifer, Auburn, Maine.
From online research: [Note: your corrections and comments are greatly encouraged - scroll down to the comments section at bottom of page]
Angie Lulu Pulsifer was born 3 January 1872 in Maine, the daughter of Charles Henry and Annie Moulton (Gowell) Pulsifer. According to the 1910-1930 Censuses, she was a teacher. She died in 1943.
Charles Henry Gowell was born either in July 1846 or 13 August 1844, at Danville, Maine, the son of William and Olive (Allen) Pulsifer. He began work as a shoemaker and then was a farmer in Monmouth, Yarmouth and finally at Rumford Junction in Auburn. In declining health in his final years, he turned to an occupation as salesman for the Lawrence Knitting Co. mpany of Lawrence, Massachusetts. He died in 1918.
Annie Moulton (Gowell) Pulsifer was born 16 September 1849 in Maine, the daughter of Reverend William and Prudence (Moulton) Gowell. She died in 1933.
Again, if you have corrections or insights to add to the above information, please scroll to the bottom of this page to the comments section.
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