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Emily J. Clark Diaries

 Collection
Identifier: mss-041
The collection contains eight diaries of Emily J. Clark. The diaries contain very brief records of the day’s weather, and family activities. In 1870, Emily and her family resided in Tinmouth, Vermont. They appear to have moved to Middletown, Vermont in 1872, but in 1878 they lived in Danby, Vermont. Her writing indicates that people visited frequently, and her family was very busy. Her father made frequent trips to the village, she along with him occasionally, and her mother was an avid seamstress. A few deaths of family and friends are mentioned in her writing. Emily talked much of doing chores and working on her dress. She was a student at the time she wrote in her diaries, however, her age is unknown.

Dates

  • 1870-1880

Creator

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Curator of Manuscripts.

Extent

1.25 Linear Feet (1 carton)

Abstract

The collection contains eight diaries of Emily J. Clark, of Tinmouth, Danby, and Middletown, Vermont. The diaries span from 1870-1880.

Location

Silver Special Collections, Howe Library; contact uvmsc@uvm.edu for access.

Creator

Title
Guide to the Emily J. Clark Diaries
Status
completed
Description rules
dacs
Language of description
English

Repository Details

Part of the University of Vermont Libraries, Special Collections Repository

Contact:
Silver Special Collections Library
48 University Place, Room B201
Burlington Vermont 05405 U.S.A. US
(802) 656-2138
(802) 656-4038 (Fax)