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A Teenage Emily Dickinson's Careful Collection of Dried Flowers

These are pages from Emily Dickinson’s herbarium, or homemade book of pressed plant specimens. Assembled when Dickinson was a 14-year-old student at Amherst Academy, the book holds 65 pages of plants—400 total.
Celia Jean
Celia Jean • 32 weeks ago

♕ Emily Dickinson's Herbarium

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"I send you the book with pleasure, for it has given me happiness, and I love to have it busy, imparting delight to others." - Emily Dickinson