Dating diary collection girl
The Mary Mc Cornack Thompson Diaries date from 1887 to 1962 and are arranged into two series: Diaries and Correspondence.
Thompson also recounts her many travels throughout Africa, Europe, Asia, the United States, and Canada.
A third diary, "Scenes from Southern Spain" (1 v.), was written during 1911.
Entries are illustrated with numerous watercolors and photographs (including cyanotypes and albumen prints) by Stewart, as well as clippings, postcards, maps, menus, and dried flora.
Other entries describe the local landscape, history, folklore, and customs of the various places visited.
There are numerous color and pencil drawings that illustrate the text.
She described the locales, social life and customs of the Lebanese, a Druze wedding, and fighting between the Druzes and Christians.
The bulk of the entries are written from Paris and include an account of a meeting with a group of Osage Indians that were visiting there.9, 1878 in Augsburg, covers the travels of an American woman through England, France, Germany, Sweden, Norway, and Russia. The materials in this collection are made available for use in research, teaching and private study.