By: UNIDENTIFIED KANSAS WOMAN, DAUGHTER OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Kansas City, Kansas, 1913
Seller ID: 000068
Binding: Original Wraps
Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket
On offer four diaries, 1910-1913, written by an unidentified woman who lived in Kansas, close to Kansas City. She was a member of DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) took a train trip to California one year, to Washington DC another and to Boston as well. She seemed to be from a prominent and very political family and talks of family and friends and many social events. Here are some snippets: "DAR meeting at Mrs. Forbes in Potwin. I was one of the hostesses and took part in the program. Read from the life of Dolly Madison. Annual meeting of Colonial Dames at Mrs. Handy’s. 14 prese... View More...