Museum: Mollie Chandler Journal

Journal of Miss Mollie J. Chandler (circa 1859)

Summary & Interpretive:
Although this journal does contain some personal writings, it seems to be primarily a writing assignments journal. It appears that as part of her English class, Miss Chandler was required to periodically practice her writing skills by choosing topics of her choice and writing a short amount. Topics that Miss Chandler wrote about include the following: Government of the Tongue, Education, Early Rising, Sympathy, Honest Labour, Miseries of Idleness, Horses, Table Vegetables, and the Sun. In all, Miss Chandler wrote about twenty-one different topics.

Status: Non-Circulating

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