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Diary of Craig Darwin Harrison

by Harrison, Craig Darwin (1902 – 1904)

1 folder (0.1 linear feet)

The Diary of Craig Darwin Harrison was written in Afton, New York from 1901 to 1904 and details his education and personal life. He wrote about major events in his life, such as a fire that destroyed some of the town's art, his graduation, and his summer work in White Mountains, New Hampshire. Included is his description of his travels to White Mountain from Afton via trains. Harrison mentions other disasters that occurred in his town, such as the dam being destroyed, which caused flooding and the deaths of people who lived below the dam. After Harrison graduated from school, he wrote about the various jobs he held, such as painting signs and working at the New York City Freight Office. Throughout the diary, he mentioned various women that he went to functions with and near the end he wrote about a woman named Inez Reynolds, who he would eventually marry.

Associated Subjects: Diaries • Diaries (Men) • Education • Labor History
Identifier: SC2015.048
Repository: Special Collections
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