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|Size||0.2 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 45 items)|
|Abstract||Daisy Gertrude Dame was the sister of Olive Dame Campbell. She served as a kindergarten teacher at Oneida Baptist Institute, Oneida, Ky., July 1909-April 1910. The collection includes correspondence that provides an account of life in the rural hill country of Kentucky in the early 20th century. The letters were written by Dame to family members in West Medford, Mass.|
|Creator||Dame, Daisy Gertrude, fl. 1910.|
|Curatorial Unit||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.|
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Daisy Gertrude Dame was the sister of Olive Dame Campbell. She served as a kindergarten teacher at Oneida Baptist Institute, Oneida, Ky., July 1909-April 1910.Back to Top
Dame's letters to her family recounting her experiences as a kindergarten teacher in the hill country of Kentucky, 1909-1910. Dame describes not only the mission school at Oneida but also other nearby areas into which she travelled within the state.Back to Top
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