National Geographic : 1950 Mar
IleOnC7 of MAYr Dicinsou 1830- © National Geographic Society + "I Never Saw a Moor, I Never Saw the Sea," Wrote Recluse Emily Dickinson Yet her poem, Chartless, shows her remarkable grasp of the outside world. Here three Amherst College men visit her Amherst home where she lived a secluded life for her last 32 years. She left the house only twice in that period to visit Boston physicians. Kodachroines by B. A . Stewart and J. E. Fletcher 4' Flowers of Massachusetts Grace the James Russell Lowell Estate The young women are members of the International Student Association of Greater Boston, holding their annual meeting at Elmwood, Cambridge, lifelong home of the brilliant, witty author of The Vision of Sir Launfal, The Biglow Papers, and A Fable for Critics.