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Pease, Helen Hartley. Diary, 1915-1919

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1915-1919
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This "line a day" five-year memory book chronicles most of Helen Pease's four years at Vassar, beginning in January of her freshman year. She writes about her daily academic routine and also includes notes on her free time, which she filled by playing the mandolin and piano, singing, dancing

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Pollock, Mary (Culver). Diary, 1913-1917

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1913-1917
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Pollock's "line-a-day" diary, kept during her last year of high school and her four years at Vassar (1913-1917). Each day in the journal includes a line for each of five successive years. Pollock discusses social events, including card parties, theater and film (Charlie Chaplin), flirtations and

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Raymond, Cornelia M. Diary, 1905

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Date
1905
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Entries every day. At the beginning of the diary, Raymond describes her mother's illness and death (Feb 7), an event affecting her deeply. Throughout the diary, Raymond discusses her temperance activism and associated social work through "Joe's mission" and the Y.W.C.A. She describes sermons

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