Explore Julia Heller’s Boy Friends Book from 1932. Featured in this dairy are descriptions of boy’s Heller is friends with, including their physical appearance, what sports they play, and how Heller met them. Heller also grouped these boys based on certain qualifications such as ones that dance, ones that live near her, and ones she likes better. This diary provides unique insight to male-female relationships in the 1930’s!
One October day in 1850 Mary Kittredge Whitney Degen boarded a ship in New York to set sail on an adventure throughout Europe and the Middle East. This is a collection of Maria’s dairies and letters from her travels in 1850-1852. In them she describes the various evening parties and events she attends as well shopping she’s done, food she’s eaten, artist studios she’s visited, and sightseeing at various landmarks like Sainte Chapelle and Le Jardin des Plantes in France.
Read the dairy of a young black school girl as she describes school work, friends, religious observances and her resolutions for the year.
Browse through a collection of letters and diaries about the daily life of women in North America from the 18th century to the 20th. Topics include family, marriage, travel, religion, disease, and death.
Discover life of pioneers and the journey through western America with diaries and letters from women traveling on the Oregon Trail.