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Diary, 1910 March- June

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Author: Mildred Deyo
Abstract: This diary is dated from March 26, 1910 until June 15, 1910. The diary is 18th in a series of thirty written by Mildred Deyo. During this time period, Mildred Deyo spends a great deal of effort and time organizing and preforming a dance for a Kirmess, or festival. She also visits her family in New York City, goes for drives, and plays bridge at the club. Mildred attends the wedding of a close friend. Mildred Deyo also witnessed the first successful flight of an “air-ship” in the Hudson Valley. The diary exemplifies life in the early 20th century for an upper middle class woman.
Issued Date: 1910-03
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10288/24368
Citation: Mildred Deyo Diaries, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.

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