"View of the harbor and town of Le Havre taken during Anna Holman's voyage to France," 1919. Holman, Anna Eveleth (1892-1969), photographer. Reproduced from the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University.
Anna Eveleth Holman was born in Newton, MA, on July 11, 1892 and died in Concord on April 14, 1965. AEH was graduated from Brookline High School and from Radcliffe College in 1914 with a magna cum laude in English. She was a charter member of the Iota chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. In 1918, she was sent overseas by the War Work Committee of Radcliffe to work with the French Red Cross. She received an Ed.M. from Harvard in 1928 and taught at both Winsor and Dana Hall Schools. AEH had an intense interest in science--and in youth --and served for nearly twenty years on the Massachusetts State Science Fair Commission. (from Holman, Anna Eveleth, 1892-1969. Papers, 1893-1967: A Finding Aid)
Topics: Harbors; Cityscapes; ocean; Boats and boating; Sailboats; docks; Voyages and travels
This is a new 8" x 12" photograph. Basic information appears along the bottom of the picture, including the date, title, and the source.
THIS PHOTOGRAPH IS EXQUISITE AND UNIQUE. A VIEW OF LE HAVRE AS IT WAS 90 YEARS AGO!