Tabb Family Diary
Scope and Contents
Diary kept by members of the Tabb family, entitled, "Summerville Diary." Written by Rebecca Lloyd Tabb and Mary Lee Tabb as well as other members of the Tabb family. The diary records activities such as baseball, card games, teas, gardening, John Tabb's school, visits from neighbors and relatives, the Christmas celebration of 1910 and Rebecca Lloyd Tabb's wedding to Henry Bouldin. It also describes a visit of the Tabb parents to the University of Virginia for their son Warner Throckmorton Tabb in June 1911. Mentioned in the diary are members of the Perrin, Taliaferro, and Jones families.
- Creation: 1909-1911
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This collection was formerly identified as Mss. Acc. 1995.20.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Source: Gift of Gloucester Historical Society through Spotswood H. Jones. Acquired: 04/17/1995.
- Guide to the Tabb Family Diary
- SCRC Staff, Karen King
- June 2018
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