Handbill for clairvoyant physician, North Turner, 1861
Contributed by Leeds Historical Society
A handbill advertised that Mrs. R. S. Greenlaw was coming to North Turner on December 10, 1861 and had taken rooms at L. J. Pollard, by the North Turner Bridge.
Mrs. Greenlaw "administered" vegetable remedies and was a clairvoyant.
John Y. Merrill's 1861 diary mentions consulting with Mrs. Greenlaw and various other spiritualists who visited the area in the years following his wife's death in 1860.
- Title: Handbill for clairvoyant physician, North Turner, 1861
- Creation Date: circa 1861
- Subject Date: circa 1861
- Town: Turner
- County: Androscoggin
- State: ME
- Media: printers ink on paper
- Dimensions: 22.25 cm x 15.5 cm
- Collection: Merrill Family Collection
- Object Type: Text
For more information about this item, contact:
Leeds Historical Society
553 North Road, Leeds, ME 04263
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