Mary C. Douglass Papers
Identifier: AC 067
Scope and Content
Collection consists primarily of a journal kept by Mary C. Douglass of Massachussetts on a train trip to Santa Fe to visit her uncle Colonel Henry Douglass and his family. Her journal describes her visit to Santa Fe from January 12 to March 5 1889, including military activities at Ft. Marcy and social life in Santa Fe. From Santa Fe she traveled to San Diego and San Francisco with journal entries describing the social life in both cities. Collection also includes a 1889 roster of the United States Army 10th Infantry stationed at Ft. Marcy in Santa Fe, and a typescript of Douglass's journal.
Language of Materials
Duplication allowed for research purposes. User responsible for all copyright compliance.
Douglass was born in the early 1850s and died in the 1930s. She was the sister of A.E. Douglass, who developed tree-ring dating for archaeological sites in the Southwest.
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Photographs received with the collection are housed in the Photo Archives and cataloged separately.
- Fray AngÃ©lico ChÃ¡vez History Library
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- Guide to the Mary C. Douglass Papers, 1888-1889
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- Finding aid is in English
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