Harriet G. Davis Diaries
Scope and Contents
Two five-year diaries, 1912-1916 and 1931-1935, kept by Harriet G. Davis of Hanover and Nashua, New Hampshire. Recorded are comments about her work as nurse, daily household chores, weather, health, outings and social events. At the end of the 1912-1916 volume, Davis lists wedding presents received.
- Creation: 1912-1916, 1931-1935
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Purchased on 5/1/2009.
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