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Women--Religious aspects

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Helen Drumm Diary

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00939
Scope and Contents Diary, 127 pp., 1927, 1928, 1934 of Helen Drumm, a teacher of Tacoma and Republic, Washington (State). Helen Drumm records her 1927 and 1934 trips to California describing some places and structures in great detail. Her entries also cover the year 1928 when she moved to Republic, WA to take on a new teaching position. For the 1934 trip her entries include writings of are of a more religious nature. For a more detailed description and some excerpts, provided by the...

Marion Grundy Diary

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Identifier: SC 01562
Scope and Contents Diary, formerly mis-titled the Godfrey Alaine Diary. Daily entries by Marion Grundy, a wife of a reverend in the Chicago area of Illinois. All entires are in the first person so discerning her name came from research into the birth and death, and marriage between her and her spouse, Harry. In the four year diary, Marion writes about all seven of her children's birthdays, events of her family, friends, and parishoners, and locations where she is at the time of her entires. Sadly, she also...

Lydia H. Hart Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00831
Scope and Contents Diary, 1823-1830, 1875 and loose papers 1813, 1831, and undated of Lydia H. Hart of Richmond, Virginia and later Walden, Orange County, New York. The Diary was started by Lydia H. Hart, the wife of Reverend William H. Hart, who was the rector of St. John’s Church in Richmond, VA and later St. Andrews Church in Walden, New York. Diary entries include day-to-day activities and meetings with local neighbors and church patron’s. These neighbors included Elizabeth Van Lew and her parents, which...

Remarkable Dream of a Moravian Sister

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00990
Scope and Contents Handwritten account entitled "Remarkable Dream of a Moravian Sister," written by an unknown author. Begins with her mother telling her that she will come back and visit her daughter after she dies, if it is permitted. The author's mother died on September 21, 1760, and about 10 days later the author recounts a dream that she had. In it, her mother visits her and allows her to ask any question she "may be desirous to ask." They live in a place called Bethlehem, but no futher information is given.

Vernon Gertrude Wilson Diary

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Identifier: SC 01048
Scope and Contents Diary, circa 1870s, of Vernon Gertrude Wilson. Includes poems and songs, presumably written by Vernon Gertrude Wilson. Many of the songs have religious themes, while others are about love and fidelity.