1949 ORIGINAL POST WAR MANUSCRIPT DIARY HANDWRITTEN BY A CHARMING RUSSIAN STUDIES SORORITY SISTER AND UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI COED2552
On offer is a charming, original manuscript diary dated 1949 handwritten by a University of Mississippi coed enjoying Campus life and academics. Beginning, in the largish 8 x 5 inch page a day book, February 1st and while a little sporadic at times she does a good job detailing her life through to August. Being this was her senior year and she was a popular student with many friends and activities we note her sorority and social life were a whirlwind all while she studied Russian history. Of some small note she was an extra in the filming of the INTRUDER IN THE DUST movie, written by William Faulkner. It was a scene filmed in Oxford. While her name is nowhere to be found we are confident local genealogists or researchers will no doubt discover her name.Some soiling but overall G.
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