Emma Hardinge Britten - Further Reading

Further Reading

  • T. Allen Greenfield. "Emma Hardinge Britten and the Origins of OTO". . On Britten's influence on the Ordo Templi Orientis.
  • Pendleton, Linda. "Emma Hardinge Britten: Famous Spiritual Medium, 19th Century". Eletcronic book - Barnes and Noble
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  • VIAF: 20042717
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Name Britten, Emma Hardinge
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Date of birth 1823
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Date of death 1899
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