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A guide to the Eva Hyde Marshall sea journal kept aboard the Ship Invincible, 1889-1890
HDC0217 (SAFR 16495)  
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The Eva Hyde Marshall sea journal kept aboard the Ship Invincible (SAFR 16495, HDC 217) was kept by Marshall at the age of 16. She was from Port Blakely, Washington and traveled with her parents, Annie Hyde and Harvey M. Marshall to Melbourne, Australia; they returned to San Diego from Newcastle. The trip was taken in order to reunite Eva's mother with her brother, James Hyde-Symes of Toowomba, Queensland, whom she had not seen for nearly 30 years. This typescript is available for use without restriction.
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