Language of Materials
Conditions Governing Use
Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
.21 linear feet (1/2 file box)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
These papers were given to the Schlesinger Library by Priscilla Cobb Payne, Eunice Hale Cobb's great granddaughter, in May and June 1988. The microfilming of the papers was funded by PCP.
MICROFILM OF THE COLLECTION
2. In the 1820 diary, #3, the frame counter malfunctioned and jumped from number 181 to 183. All the original pages are on the film.
3. The diaries in this collection presented a challenge to the microfilmer. Many pages are difficult to read due to faded ink, extensive staining, or yellowed paper. Tight gutters were also a problem, as were glued-in clippings that had been folded and refolded.
4. Dates and other information added by the processor are in square brackets.
5. Unnumbered diary pages were numbered by the processor to aid the microfilmer, the proofreader, and researchers.
6. Loose clippings and other items between diary pages were filmed where found.
7. Copies of this microfilm (M-147) may be borrowed on interlibrary loan from the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, 10 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138.
By: Bert Hartry
- Cobb, Eunice Hale, 1803-1880. Papers of Eunice Hale Cobb, 1826-1973: A Finding Aid
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