Rose Munger Diary 8 - 1920 to 1924
Scope and Contents
In addition to the daily weather and her health, Rose records social calls and many leisure activities, such as reading, going to the movie theater, the opera, and exhibits. She notes her involvement in the United Church auxiliary and missionary offices, the [S.M.C.], the League of Women Voters, and the Visiting Nurse Association. She also accomplishes desk work and genealogical research. Rose records another trip to Oregon to visit her brother's family, staying with acquaintances throughout her train journey via Bloomington, Chicago, and Lake Forest (1923 March 5 to July 4). She relates her brother Thornton and his wife Mary’s visit to the East Coast in the spring of 1921 (also in Mary’s Diary #1 Box 3 Folder 2).Interior binding damaged; 366 pages. Two memorandum pages at the end.
- Creation: 1882-1945
- Creation: Majority of material found in 1900-1930
- From the Collection: Munger, Rosanna May, 1866- (Person)
- From the Collection: Munger, Elizabeth Kinsman Duncan, 1842-1886 (Person)
- From the Collection: Munger, Mary Erskine Heilman, 1883-1967 (Person)
Language of Materials
Conditions Governing Access:
Collection is open to all researchers.
From the Collection: 1.50 Linear Feet