SANBORN, FRANKLIN B.
\sˈanbɔːn], \sˈanbɔːn], \s_ˈa_n_b_ɔː_n]\
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Born in 1831, has been prominent in the reform of caritative institutions. He aided in organizing the American Social Science Association and became its secretary in 1873. He wrote a "Life of Thoreau," and "Life and Letters of John Brown."
By John Franklin Jameson
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- a rare mallow found only in Illinois resembling the common hollyhock and having pale rose-mauve flowers; sometimes placed genus Sphaeralcea
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