Mildred Deyo Diary, 1908 September-December

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Title

Mildred Deyo Diary, 1908 September-December

Description

This diary dates from September 16, 1908 to December 31, 1908. It is the thirteenth diary is a series of thirty written by Mildred Deyo. Mildred Deyo was a twenty four year old woman living in Newburgh, New York with her sister, Edith, and their widowed father. Mildred Deyo lives a life of leisure in the early 20th century. Her days are filled with visiting friends and family, going to the tennis club to watch matches or play cards, and driving around the Hudson Valley. Mildred also took numerous trips to New York where she shopped at stores such as Tiffany's and attended theater shows such as Lady Frederick. Mildred goes to church every Sunday and is on the board of the Day Nursery. The diary is a good insight into the lives of the upper or upper middle class in the early 1900s.

Creator

Deyo, Mildred, 1884-1982

Source

Mildred Deyo Diaries, MS 00124, Box 1

Identifier

MS 00124

Date

1908

Language

eng

Type

Text

Has Format

https://hdl.handle.net/10288/24359

Is Part Of

Mildred Deyo Diaries

Scripto

Percent Needs Review

2

Percent Completed

68

Weight

070098

Citation

Deyo, Mildred, 1884-1982, “Mildred Deyo Diary, 1908 September-December,” W&M Transcribe, accessed April 15, 2024, https://transcribe.libraries.wm.edu/items/show/4516.