Bertha Ellithorpe Greaves Diaries
Scope and Contents
Diaries, 1894-1950, of Bertha Ellithorpe Greaves of West Stafford, Connecticut. The first volume is an autograph book, circa 1890s, from when Greaves was in high school, and contains the autographs and addresses of schoolmates, friends, and neighbors. There is also a hospital diary, 1942, from Greaves' stay in Johnson Memorial Hospital in Stafford Springs, Connecticut. Includes the name of her doctor, her nurses, and a list of visitors. Finally, there are diaries, 1936-1950, which include daily entries written by Greaves.
- Creation: 1894-1950
- Greaves, Bertha (Person)
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0.50 Linear Feet
Accessioned and minimally processed by Benjamin Bromley in September 2012.
Genre / Form
- Guide to the Bertha Ellithorpe Greaves Diaries
- Finding Aid Authors: Benjamin Bromley, Public Services Archives Specialist.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English