Author:UNIDENTIFIED KANSAS WOMAN, DAUGHTER OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

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ARCHIVE OF FOUR (4) HANDWRITTEN MANUSCRIPT DIARIES OF A KANSAS WOMAN

By: UNIDENTIFIED KANSAS WOMAN, DAUGHTER OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

Price: $2,255.99

Publisher: Kansas City, Kansas, 1913

Seller ID: 000068

Condition: Very Good+


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 info