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Miss Virginia Dox of Hartford Lived Adventurous Life Among Mormons, Mexicans, Miners, Cowboys and Twenty-Three Tribes of Indians
The Hartford Courant (1923-1991) - Hartford, Conn.
Author: Foster, Isabel
Date: Aug 19, 1928
Start Page: E3
Pages: 1
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A SCHOOLMARM of the old West, an adopted daughter of an Indian chief, the friend of Idaho cowboys of the eighties lives quietly in Hartford. Her home at 9 Olds Place, Miss Virgina Dox says, is a house of memories-- memories of a kind of romance and...

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