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Women--Education--New York--History

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Sarah M. Mead Diary

Identifier: SC 00835
Scope and Contents Sarah M. Mead’s journal is a small, leather bound book, approximately 4" X 6.5" (10 cm X 16 cm) in size. It consists of 138 unnumbered pages. According to the first page, she began it on July 15, 1850, when she was “Age - 12 years,” living in Penn Yan, New York.1 She notes very early her attendance at “Mrs. N. M. Hubbell’s school.” Later, she says she is going to “Miss Mary Drakes [sic] school.” Like many journals or diaries, there are gaps between her entries. It appears she...
Dates: 1850

Scrapbook (Cortland, N.Y.)

Identifier: SC 00753
Scope and Contents

Scrapbook, circa 1900, of an unidentified person named Virginia. Volume was originally a diary and has clippings, images, and printed material glued into it. The second half of the volume remains a diary, in which the author writes essays on topics such as commerce and agriculture.

Dates: circa 1880-1900