A Life Worth Living. Memorials of Emily Bliss Gould, of Rome: By Leonard Woolsey Bacon and Emily Bliss Gould(1825 - 31 August 1875 Perugia, Italy) Founded a School for Italian Children of Limited Means.

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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Emily Bliss Gould (1825 - 31 August 1875 Perugia, Italy) founded a school for Italian children of limited means.Biography.She was the wife of a physician to the United States legation in Italy. She founded the American schools in Rome, and assisted in establishing those of Florence. Her labors began after the inundation of the Tiber on 31 December 1870, which was the cause of much distress and poverty. On 20 March 1871, Gould opened a home and school ...

A Life Worth Living. Memorials of Emily Bliss Gould, of Rome: By Leonard Woolsey Bacon and Emily Bliss Gould(1825 - 31 August 1875 Perugia, Italy) Founded a School for Italian Children of Limited Means. 2016, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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