Macy E. Flinn Diary
Scope and Contents
Diary of Macy Flinn (b. ca. 1896) of Maine for the years 1909-1910. Macy Flinn, who lived near the towns of Waterville and Sidney, Maine, was starting high school at the time she began her diary. In brief daily entries she records weather, helping her parents with the business, social activities like playing games with friends, taking trips to town, books she read, horseback riding, etc. There are also two poems following the last entries. From time to time Macy uses Greek characters for her English language entries.
For a list of names mentioned on the diary, provided by the seller, please see finding aid link below.
- Creation: 1909-1910
- Flinn, Macy E., b. ca. 1896 (Person)
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Accessioned and processed in July 2009 by Ute Schechter.
- Guide to the Macy E. Flinn Diary
- Finding Aid Authors: Ute Schechter.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English