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Martha Farnsworth, a Topeka, Kansas resident, kept a personal diary from 1882 through 1922 with only a few gaps. This volume covers the years 1897 through 1899. Martha's diary entries not only reveal her values and the activities in her life, but also provide a picture of Topeka at that time. Some of the notable aspects of Martha's life include her participation in social reform movements, membership in social clubs and activities, and her deep religious convictions.

Creator: Farnsworth, Martha, 1867-1924
Date: 1897-1899

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Martha Farnsworth diary - 1 [Diary-1897]

Item Number: 472303
Call Number: Martha Farnsworth Coll. #28 Box 1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 472303

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