Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mrs. E. A. Bacon” in chapter 1 of Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904:

...ame time attracted and held by the play of a cheerful and unwaning fancy. Another member of the Munroe household will introduce us to our women writers, the second main division of the subject. Mrs. E. A. Bacon -Lathrop came to Somerville from Lexington in childhood. She married a Universalist minister,—Rev. Henry Bacon,—who was the first editor of the Universalist and Ladies' Repository, in 18...
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