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Heron, Bijou

Mr. A. M. Palmer, of the Union Square theater, has received a letter from Mrs. Agnes Ethel Tracy, who is now in Italy, expressing her grief on learning the death of Matilda Heron, and offering to contribute $200 toward the erection of a monument over her grave, and also proposing to pay the expenses of Bijou Heron’s education if she should leave the stage and “be a child for the time.”

The Indiana State Sentinel 5/9/1877: 3. Print.

Heron, The Indiana State Sentinel, 5/9/1877, 3