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Items associated with name 'Cape May (Nj.)'

Diary of Ella Jenkins

by Jenkins, Ella (1879 – 1880)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

The Diary of Ella Jenkins includes daily entries for the year 1879, as well as January 1880, that discuss daily activities, social life at church and home, and her occupation as a school teacher. Jenkins, who lived in Fulton Township within Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, wrote about the deaths and funerals of community members and recorded the full names of people with whom she associated. In the summer of 1879, she took a vacation to Cape May, New Jersey. Also included in the back of the diary are several home remedies and notes on relationships within the community.

Associated Subjects: Country Life • Diaries • Diaries (Women) • Education • Family Life • Labor History • Medical History
Identifier: SC2013.004
Repository: Special Collections
Attachment: No attachment

Folklife Collections - Tourism in Wildwood

by Salisbury University Students (1995)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

In 1995, former Salisbury University student Mark Holtzapfel collected folk material. His collection explores tourism in Wildwood, New Jersey, addressing the subgroups of tourists, the towns in the area, and beach town culture of the area. Included are an interview on cassette tape (transcript included), color photographs, and maps and tourism pamphlets for the area.

Associated Subjects: Folklife - Tourism
Identifier: FK95.019
Repository: Local History Archives
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