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Scope and Content This collection consists of a diary Newman kept as a teenager in which she records descriptions of her life at home with her family, activities at school, and plays that she attended. The diary is signed on the front inside cover by Frances Newman and by her mother, Fanny Alexander Newman. The collection also contains correspondence and newspaper articles about Newman's life and novels.
Scope and Content This collection contains transcriptions of diaries written by Marion Wesley Ray in which he wrote about his family and kept daily accounts in Bethlehem, Georgia. Also included are pieces of poetry written by Ray. Of particular note is the 1905 entry in which Ray describes the death of his mother, Sarah.
Scope and Content The collection contains Samuel R. Belk's diary, which contains a page of recordings for every day of 1926. One page includes a newspaper clipping which mentions Samuel Belk by name. Entries focus mostly on everyday family life and religious matters from his work as a pastor at Trinity Church in Atlanta, Georgia. There are also notes on the memoranda pages at the end of the diary consisting of names, addresses, and times of day.
Dates: 1926, undated
- American diaries 2
- American diaries -- Georgia 1
- Atlanta (Ga.) -- Religion 1
- Atlanta (Ga.) -- Social life and customs 1
- Georgia -- History -- 19th century -- Social conditions 1
- High schools -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
- Librarians -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
- Methodist church buildings -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
- Primitive Baptists -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
- Women novelists, American 1 ∧ less
- Baptist Church of Bethlehem (Bethlehem, Ga.) 1
- Belk, Joanna Catherine Council 1
- Belk, Samuel Robinson 1
- Calhoun Street School (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
- Methodist Episcopal Church, South 1