Agnes Wullenwaber Diary
Scope and Contents
Five-Year diary, 1938-1942 of an Agnes Wullenwaber of Illinois. Brief daily entries describe the daily life of the author, including chores, work, and social life. The author also comments on the hardships of the Great Depression and the beginnings of World War II.
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- Creation: 1938-1942
- Wullenwaber, Agnes (Person)
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Artifacts transferred to the Manuscripts Artifact Collection (Mss 1.03) include: Key (Mss 2010.057.01), Lock of Hair (Mss 2010.057.02), and Pressed 4 Leaf Clover (Mss 2010.057.03)
Accessioned and minimally processed in February 2010 by Ute Schechter, Warren E. Burger Archivist.
- Guide to the Agnes Wullenwaber Diary
- SCRC staff
- Language of description
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- Language of description note
- The collection description/finding aid is written in English