The Standard Diary 1920 [of woman in western Philadelphia suburbs training to be kindergarten teacher]
The Standard Diary 1920 [of woman in western Philadelphia suburbs training to be kindergarten teacher]
The Standard Diary 1920 [of woman in western Philadelphia suburbs training to be kindergarten teacher]

The Standard Diary 1920 [of woman in western Philadelphia suburbs training to be kindergarten teacher]

Cambridge, Mass. The Standard Diary Co., 1919. Hardcover. [approx. 100] p.: illustrations; 10 cm. Brown-red cloth with gilt-stamped emblem with "Standard Diary No. 512" on front. All page edges gilt. Illustrated title page. First pages contain miscellaneous information (tides, interest, holidays, astrology, etc.) The remainder are ruled calendar pages for 1920, with three days per page. Filled in by a young woman who, unfortunately, did not fill in the identification page. Her birthday was June 21 and she probably lived in the western Philadelphia suburbs. She went out with Edwin Sweeten frequently; in Jan. 1920 she began giving music lessons; and her friend Anna Boyd died on May 16, 1920. She saw a Dr. Ring? regularly for several months; was training to be a kindergarten teacher (lectures and observation noted); frequently went to Cynwyd to dance (presumably Bala Cynwyd); and attended Chautauqua the last week in July 1920. In Very Good Condition: cover is rubbed; "1920" written on front cover; used but intact. Very Good. Item #005492

Price: $35.00