Anna Stanley Talhelm Diary
Scope and Contents
Collection contains a diary kept during migration from Linn, Kan. to Peyton, Colo., 1896. Edited with introduction (1965) by her daughter, Blanche Talhelm Frantz.
- April 20-May 18, 1896
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Biographical / Historical
Anna Stanley Talhelm was a housewife. Family settled in Rocky Ford, Colo.
1 envelope (5 leaves)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Mrs. Ben Gray Lumpkin, 1965.
Typed transcript (stencil copy) of original at University of Colorado, Boulder.
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