Fuller family

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Fuller family

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The Fuller family were from Sturminster Newton, Dorset England. The three sisters of the family, Dorothy, Rosalind and Cynthia, performed traditional English, Scottish and Irish folk songs in Victorian costume; their brother Walter acted as their manager. From 1913 to 1917 the sisters toured American towns and cities, especially in the Eastern and Midwestern United States. During this period Walter Fuller was based in New York City. Walter Fuller was married to Crystal Eastman (feminism activist and sister of Max Eastman, author and activist). At the end of the First World War, Walter Fuller returned to England.
Source: McLeods Books. “The Fuller Sisters in U.S.A.” (booksellers’ description).
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