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Subject Source: Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms

Found in 75 Collections and/or Records:

Sister Jane Patricia Freeland Collection

Identifier: exws-sisterjanepatriciafreeland
Scope and Contents The collection documents the academic work and education of Sister Jane P. Freeland, who was a nun, lover of music, and a medieval scholar recognized worldwide as the translator of medieval religious works never before available in English. The vast majority of the items are drafts of her translations and notebooks full of her jottings. She particularly loved medieval songs and hymns of Abelard.The collections also contains personal material including correspondence with her home...
Dates: approximately 1970s-2010s

Stutley S. Parmater Diary

Identifier: RH-A-3975
Scope and Contents In the diary Parmater mainly records the weather and his daily chores on the farm. He occasionally writes about large purchases, visits from neighbors, the death of friends, the health of his family, and trips to Decatur and Dowagiac Michigan to visit friends, attend fairs, or shop. Most entries are four or five lines long, though he sometimes records just one line about the weather. On January 1st of each year Parmater writes a longer entry about his family, the holidays, and the start of a...
Dates: 1894-1897

Summer 1972 Diary (Caribbean), 1972

 File — Box 2: [Barcode: 31141023888899], Folder: 11
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Ruth Genevieve Van Horn Zuckerman was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan on November 7, 1900 to Samuel H. Van Horn (1875-1938) and Laura J. (Mills) Van Horn (1880-1967). As a young adult, Ruth attended Western Michigan College (1918-1921) and the University of Michigan (1921-1922) to receive a B.A. in English. Continuing her studies, she returned to the University of Michigan (1925-1926) and also attended Columbia University (Summer 1935, Fall 1936-1967) to receive a M.A. in English with a minor in...
Dates: 1972

Teresa B. Bowmaster Diaries

Identifier: RH-A-4241
Scope and Contents

This collection is composed of twelve diaries written by Teresa B. Bowmaster (1882-1969) from 1918 and 1939-1965. The diaries document the daily life of Teresa Bowmaster.

Two notable entry in the diaries: on July 30, 1960 and August 8, 1960, Teresa writes that her husband Frank passed away and finding out that her son John had also passed away.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1918, 1939-1965

Warren Family Records

Identifier: RH-A-1223

This collection is composed of diaries and papers written by the Warren family and William Gardiner in Algansee, Branch County, Michigan ranging from the late 1866 to 1917.

Dates: 1866-1917