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Mary Bucklin Claflin (1825–1896)

Claflin, Mary Bucklin. An American prose-writer; born in Hopkinton, MA, July 1825; died in Whitinsville, MA, June 13, 1896. She was the wife of Governor Claflin of Massachusetts. For eighteen years she was a trustee of Boston University; and of Wellesley College from its foundation till her death. Among her publications are: ‘Brampton Sketches’; ‘Recollections of Whittier’; and ‘Under the Elms.’