"We Girls," Speech, 1891
Scope and Contents
The Writings series (1885-1951 and undated) includes a wide array of written works created by Netta Bartholomew Anderson. Because the purpose of the writing is often unknown due to lack of dates or titles, all of her writings have been compiled together, with the exception of the diaries and journals, which have been separated into their own series. Writings range from class assignments and notes to formal and informal speeches, essays, and articles. As Anderson was a prolific writer, this series combined with the Diaries and Journals series comprises the largest segment of the collection and spans nearly her entire life.
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There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.
From the Collection: 3.7 Cubic Feet (/ 10 boxes)
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