Bertha M. Donnelly Notebooks
Scope and Contents
Notebook One is a composition notebook labeled on its front cover, English. It is dated at 1896 and contains notes on Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice and Macbeth. The Notebook also contains some mathematics notations, Chemistry notes, and human anatomy drawings.
Notebook Two is an undated composition notebook that contains further notations on Shakespeare's Macbeth as well as miscellaneous mathematics notations.
Notebook Three is an undated composition notebook labeled on its front cover, Physical Geography. It contains geography course notes as well as notations on Botany.
Notebook Four is an undated tall notepad labeled, History, and contains history notes as well as other miscellaneous notations in the back of the notepad. The center pages are blank.
Notebook Five is an undated Keystone Drawing Tablet sketchbook that contains pencil drawings and a pressed leaf. The majority of the sketchbook is blank.
- Donnelly, Bertha M. (Person)
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Collection is open for research.
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Biographical or Historical Information
Bertha M. Donnelly of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina was a student at the North Carolina State Normal and Industrial School (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro), graduating in 1897.
0.76 Linear Feet (1 box)
Language of Materials
Bertha M. Donnelly was a student at the North Carolina State Normal and Industrial School, graduating in 1897.
Method of Acquisition
Transferred from Classed Archives in September 2008.
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