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Young men--Conduct of life

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Diary (Michigan)

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00946
Scope and Contents Diary, 1921, written by a young man who lived in or near Fowlerville, Livingston County, Michigan. From entries in the diary it can be concluded that he was a railroad worker who lived with his parents on their farm. In brief daily entries he mentions which work he did on the farm and on the railroad, other chores around the house, the health of is mother, the weather, etc.

For excerpts from the diary, provided by the seller, see folder link below.

Diary (Middlesex County, Ma.)

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00854
Scope and Contents Diary of an unidentified young man of Middlesex County, Ma., who was a landscaper and a fireman. The following description was provided by the seller: "He writes of hearing the fire alarms go off, rushing to the fires and the details of putting it out ....he writes of town meetings he attends and of the discussions at those meetings, landscaping projects he works on, listening to football games, talking to his father about going to college, descriptions of people in the town,...

Norman Freed Diaries

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Identifier: SC 00948
Scope and Contents World War II Diaries, 1942, of a Civil Defense employee, Norman Freed, of Brooklyn, New York, who attended night classes in optics and engineering while working full-time. Entries cover his social life, like parties, trips with friends to the beach, movies or theater, as well as work assignments and studies. He often works late and talks about being send to other states to work for the War Department. Most of his friends are college graduates and take defense courses at New York...

Lloyd Hartman Diary

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00940
Scope and Contents Diary of Lloyd Hartman (1913-1987) of Spokane, Washington. Entries are fairly regular for the years 1937-1940 and record daily activities, weather and health. The writer mentions social outings, like visits to movies, his work at a bank and occasionally comments on the world-political situation. The diary was started in 1937 when he was in his early 20's. Each page has entries for five years but most are filled out for 1937-1940 only. Most of October's pages are blank. The writer...

Stephen P. Middleton Letter Book and Diary

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Identifier: 01/MS 00018
Scope and Contents Acc. 2009.492: Volume of copies of outgoing correspondence of Stephen P. Middleton of Norristown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania for the years 1886-1892. The front cover is labeled 'Copy 1886-1892' and the first page is titled "Time Account of Stephen P. Middleton of Norristown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, wrote October 18th, 1886." The first 3 pages were begun in 1880-1881 as an account of time worked and earnings, but starting on page 4 the author copied his outgoing...

Jack Paton Diary

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00843
Scope and Contents Diary of Jack Paton (1903-1972) for the year 1923. In daily entries Paton talks mainly about his work as a scout leader and about jobs he had playing music, mostly in the evenings, attending church, being homesick, etc. Some entries mention his job at a large oil company. He also records his monthly wages, income from music as well as his expenses: board, money sent home and general expenditures. Mentions his membership in a Scottish organization. Entry on the back cover...

Stephen Pregun Papers

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Identifier: 01/Mss. Acc. 2009.532
Scope and Contents Papers of Stephen Pregun (1904-1985) of Passaic, New Jersey, including a diary, 1927-1929; a minute book for the American Rusin Falcon Chorus, New York District, Passaic Branch, 1927-1929, for which Stephen Pregun was secretary from 1928-1929; and a notepad, 1924, recording the work of a debt collector. It has not been determined if Stephen Pregun is the creator of the latter item as well. The diary is very detailed and contains daily entries regarding work, church, family (he lives...

Pulaski Citizens Club. Young Men's Division Minute Book

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00740
Scope and Contents Minute book for the Young Men's Division of the Pulaski Citizens Club (location unknown), an organization for Polish Americans. The club organized social events like dances and bingo and there is mentioning the intention to set up athletic and educational events as well.

Also included are a letter, two photographs and a greeting card.

For a more detailed description and excerpts, provided by the seller, see folder link below.

Charles Pierce Ward Travel Diary

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00909
Scope and Contents Diary of a young American, Charles P. Ward, who lived in Brazil from March to July, 1936. Ward had evidently not done well at school and his father sent him to Brazil to live for a year. He is partially supervised by Lopo de Millo who is a friend of the family. Initially, Ward spends time making friends, going to clubs and trying to find ways to have fun, but very little time pursuing a job. Throughout the diary, Ward comments on being bored and lonely, how much he misses his family, how he...