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A large rock near trees and a fence on a farm.
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Title: Rock Where Fanny Crosby Spent Many Happy Hours
From: Memories Of Eighty Years
Creator: William Losee (photographer)
Date: 1906
Format: Photograph
Publisher: James H. Earle & Company, Boston
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: following p.19
Keywords: Autobiography; Blind; Educational Institutions; Entertainment, Leisure & Recreation; Fanny Crosby; Identity; Landscape; Music; Religion; Rural Life; Sensory Disability; The Arts; Women & Gender
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Mass Media, Culture & The Arts

Objects From This Artifact:
- Birthplace Of Fanny Crosby (still)
- Fanny Crosby And Mr. Sankey At Work Fitting Words And Music (still)
- Fanny Crosby As She Appears When Speaking In Public (still)
- Memories Of Eighty Years (doc)
- Mother Of Fanny Crosby (still)
- Mrs. Crosby, Fanny, And Her Two Younger Sisters (still)
- Rock Where Fanny Crosby Spent Many Happy Hours (still)
- The "Blind Singer" At Home (still)
- The Institution For The Blind, New York (still)