Ida Tinsley Whiteacre Diaries, 1935-1937 (C3030)

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Fifteen diaries, written from 1935-1937 by Ida Tinsley Whiteacre, detailing her thoughts about living in the home of her daughter and son-in-law in St. Joseph, Missouri, during the Great Depression. Family conflicts, Depression-era prices and chores, and discussions about "physical culture" exercises and procedures are some of the topics covered.