Daily life of a married Amish woman, Fannie Stoltzfus, in Pennsylvania from 1937 and 1939. Descriptions of household routines and farm chores such as butchering stock, planting a garden, harvesting crops, cooking, sewing, canning, quilting and barn raising. Dentist trips, the birth of a child, a weddings and a funeral are also mentioned. Front of each diary has her name, address and telephone number, doctor’s and lawyer’s names, important telephone numbers and the marriage of Fannie K. Lapp and Christ E. Stoltzfus. Some financial entries are at the end of each diary.
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Purchased in 2009 from Lee Jay Stoltzfus, acceccion number, 2009-042.
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