Journals

Title

1907 Journal

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James and Martha McMillan traveled to Kirksville, Missouri, from October 5, 1906, to June 25, 1907, to receive treatment at the Osteopathic Institute. While they were away, other family members kept the journal. Martha resumed writing on June 26, 1907. The year being completed on page 222, pages 225-300 were removed from the journal, probably for other uses.

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Journal Date

1907

Journal Dimensions

8.0" x 9.5"

Number of Written Pages

224

Miscellaneous Items Found in This Journal

Christmas gift tag

Postcard

Rose drawing

Digitization Date

April 29, 2016

Source

University Archives

Archives Collection

Martha McMillan Journal Collection

Archives Container Number

SF-97

Archives Identification Number

RG 16/46

Archives Location Number

SF 3A

Digitization Specifications

Scanner: Atiz BookDrive Mini
Camera: Canon EOS Rebel T5i (2)
F-stop: f/5.6
Exposure time: 1/50 sec.
ISO speed: ISO-200
Exposure bias: 0 step
Focal length: 35 mm
Metering mode: Center Weighted Average
Flash mode: No flash, compulsory

Keywords

Martha McMillan, Cedarville, diaries, journals

Disciplines

Agriculture | Animal Sciences | Christianity | Civic and Community Engagement | Education | Family, Life Course, and Society

1907 Journal

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