Nardi Reeder Campion
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material and typescript for Campion's children's book, Ann the Word: The Life
of Mother Ann Lee, Founder of the Shakers.
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Ann the Word:
The Life of Mother Ann Lee, Founder of the Shakers, 1976
Nardi Reeder Campion was born in 1917 in Honolulu. Because her father
was an Army colonel, she lived in different states during her youth. She
attended Wellesley College, taught in public schools, and married an executive
of the New York Times. She has written books, screenplays, and articles for
encyclopedias and magazines. Her children's books include biographies about Kit
Carson, Patrick Henry, and Mother Ann Lee.
Biographical Source: Something About the
Author , vol. 22, pp. 64-65.
Collection Scope and Content Note
The collection includes research material and typescript for Campion's
children's book, Ann the Word: The Life of Mother Ann
Lee, Founder of the Shakers.
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Ann the Word: The Life of Mother Ann Lee, Founder of the
Note Boston: Little Brown, 1976
Box M.F. 182
(194 p.) Box M.F. 182
Research material, corrected
(30 p.) Box M.F. 182
(10 p.) Box M.F. 182