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Box Small Collections Box 94

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Diary, 1919

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 94, Folder: 1, Object: 2
Scope and Contents The 1919 diary begins with Hermannn in the vicinity of Coblenz, Germany, during World War I. In it, he describes his daily life, recreational activities, and work routine. The diary entries make special note of the many letters and cards he writes and receives, as well as his friendships with local families. Place names used in these entries include: Wallershein, St. Sabastian, Rhine River, Coblenz, Neunendorf, Ehrenbreitstein, Kaltenengers, Bubenheim, and Cologne.Hermann's...

Diary, 1919

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 94, Folder: 1, Object: 3
Scope and Contents In March 1919, Hermann receives permission to take a furlough in Paris, which is described in his regular diary and also a supplemental diary. On March 16 he departs St. Sebastian by train for Paris with a layover in Joul, returning on March 21. While in Paris he takes the subway to Versailles and tours the palace and gardens. H he tours the Latin Quarter, the Museum of Luxemburg, the Pantheon, the University of Paris Law Library, the Tower of Clovis, tht Church of St. Genevieve, and...

Diary, 1920

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 94, Folder: 2, Object: 1
Scope and Contents In the 1920 diary, Hermann joins the Freemasons at Braden Lodge and quickly advances in rank there. There is the usual involvement in church activities; he volunteers to audit the church’s finances in advance of their application for an equity mortgage, and becomes involved in the Forward Movement. In May there is a city election and he notes that all but one councilman were ousted. Hermann recounts having his wisdom teeth pulled. In September he attends the State Fair and participates in a...

Diary, 1921

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 94, Folder: 2, Object: 2
Identifier: id246941
Scope and Contents In January 1921, Hermann departs on an extended vacation to visit a friend in California. He travels by train through South Dakota and North Dakota, heading west through Montana and across the Cascades. He arrives in Seattle, Washington, and travels by train to Portland, Oregon, then on to Sacramento, California, and finally Los Angeles, California. In Los Angeles he meets his friend and they rent a car and drive to San Diego, California, and on to Tiajuana, Mexico. While California, he...

Diary, 1922

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 94, Folder: 3, Object: 1
Identifier: id246955
Scope and Contents

In the 1922 diary, Hermann continues to show his dedication to Sunday school instruction by completing teacher training school. He listens to the radio and plays a lot of tennis. In September, his sister is hospitalized for nephritis and passes away; his family and friends come to St. Paul for the funeral. In November, Hermann notes his surprise that Senator Frank B. Kellog is defeated for re-election.

Address book, 1931

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 94, Folder: 3, Object: 2
Scope and Contents

Contains addresses and birthdays for Hermann's friends and family.

Diaries, 1912, 1919

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 94, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents This folder contains three pocket diaries. The cover of the 1912 diary reads “The North Western Line – Diary 1912 – Compliments of C.St.P.M. and O.Ry.” There are two diaries from 1919; the larger black diary has the title “Bagels Termin-Kalender” and contains complete daily entries with the months January–June covering Hermann's service in Europe during World War I. The smaller black leather diary with the title “Compliments Chicago-New York” only contains entries about Hermann’s trip to...

Diaries, 1920-1921

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 94, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents

This folder contains two pocket diaries. The 1920 diary is brown and the 1921 diary is green and bears the title “Standard Diary No.516.”

Diary and address book, 1922, 1931

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 94, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents

This folder contains one red pocket diary from 1922 and an address book from 1931.

Diary, 1912

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 94, Folder: 1, Object: 1
Scope and Contents

In the 1912 diary, Hermann enjoys a “Hard Times” party. A friend’s wife dies of spinal meningitis. He hears both Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson deliver speeches. At a friend’s house, Hermann listens to a Graphophone. In the summer, he attends Saengerfest and in the fall he goes to the ball park to watch the scoreboard returns come in from the World Series between the Giants and the Red Sox.