The early poems of Ralph Waldo Emerson - Aimee Bloom

Aimee Bloom

Biography

Aimee Bloom (1894-?)

Aimee Bloom was born on 3 October 1894, in New York City to parents Hiram Bloom and Emma Rothschild. Aimee was the youngest of two siblings, she had an older brother Irving.

On 10 June 1900, Aimee’s father Hiram married Charlotte Koch in Kings, New York. The family lived together in Brooklyn.

On 5 January 1915, Aimee and her fiance William Isaac applied for a marriage license. William was a manager in men’s neckwear. They had three children together, William, Emily, and Richard Garrett.

Sadly, on 28 April 1923, Aimee’s stepmother Charlotte passed away at the age of 59. After her death, Aimee’s father Hiram moved in with the Isaac family.

In 1926, Aimee and William travelled to Cherbourg, France, they arrived back to New York on 7 December 1926 on the Majestic. She would also travel to Hamilton, Bermuda with her daughter Emily, and they arrived back to New York on 23 April 1933 on the Monarch of Bermuda.

UPEI’s Provenance Collection has the book, The early poems of Ralph Waldo Emerson by Ralph Waldo Emerson with the inscription “From Aimee and Irving Bloom to I.J.L 1907”. The initials I.J.L are for cousin Irving Jules Lewin, Charlotte’s nephew.


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