Diary of Young Girl, Frankie Brown, Daytona Florida, 1919
heavy wear on cover, sections of text block detached. Black leather cover, preprinted generic pages, lined pages for each day of the year filled in by hand.Calendar journal with identification page identifies the book as belonging to Frankie Brown in Daytona Florida, some answers on the identification page are tongue in cheek and give the feeling of a preteen or teenage female. The next section has preprinted pages of calendars, value of foreign coins, rates of postage and stock, populations, weather, and holidays. The journal then begins on Wed. Jan, 1, 1919. Each page is filled in completely. It begins "you are a new diary and I wonder if you are nice. Your predecessor was. Your name is Elizabeth". Entries discuss friends, activities, crushes, and every day life at what is assumed to be a boarding school however, she stays on during the summer. There is much discussion about the girls she lives with. 6" x 3
(Inventory #: 26000116)
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