Anna Meade Michaux Williams Notebooks
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Notebook Two is a composition book titled, Physiology and contains manuscript notations and some drawings dated 1893. The majority of Notebook Two is blank and it also contains a single letter from 1951 from Williams to Mr. Charles M. Adams. Lectures were delivered by Dr. Miram Bitting.
Notebook Three is a composition book titled, Literature, The front cover also reads, Royal Exercises Trade mark, No. 721. Itcontains Williams' Literature notations concerning William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice from 1893. The majority of Notebook Three is blank. The course was taught by Dr. J.Y. Joyner.
Notebook Four is a composition book titled, English Literature, with an image of a girl and a dog on the front cover. It contains notations dating from 1892 - 1893. Some of the pages are blank.
Notebook Five is a composition book titled, Botany and contains notations, some drawings, and a single set of pressed leaves dated 1894. The notebook has many blank pages towards the back. The course was taught by Miss Dixie Lee Bryant.
- 1892 - 1894
- Williams, Anna Meade Michaux (Person)
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0.76 Linear Feet (1 box)
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The Anna Meade Michaux Williams Notebooks date from 1893 to 1894 and consists of five notebooks containing Williams' lecture notes from various courses.
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