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Ann K. Kittredge Papers

 Collection — Box: 1, Folder: 22
Identifier: SMC-010

Scope and Content

The collection includes the following items:

1. Letter to "Nellie", signed "Katie", from her "Prairie home", 21 Feb. 1852.
2. Compositions, all dated 1854: Chronicles 19:1; "A Chapter of Chronicles"; "Stray Leaf fr. a Teachers Diary!"; "Love is not always clothed in light!"; and "Would you be a Genius?"
3. Constitution of F.A.F., a society "for the promotion of kindly feelings and mutual goodwill", printed pamphlet, n.d.
4. "Recorded Items", printed tissue broadside of WFS rules.

Dates

  • 1854

Creator

Access Restrictions

No restrictions. Open for research.

Copyright

Copyright is retained by the authors, or their descendants, of items in these papers as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Biography

Ann Katherine Kittredge was born on February 15, 1834, in Bradford, Pennsylvania, to Dr. Aaron and Martha Kittredge. She attended Wheaton Seminary from December 1852 to 1854, and was apparently called "Kate" while a student. She taught at Wheaton the following year. Ann married John Nicholas Taylor on January 13, 1858 and they had three children Philip, Kate, and Elizabeth. Ann taught at a Female Seminary in Kingston, Rhode Island.

Extent

0.1 Cubic Feet (1 folder)

Language of Materials

English

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Found in Collection. Acquisition information not available for this collection. Collection inputted into database in 2008.

Related Materials

WCA General Files, 1854

Processing Information

Processed by: Ashley Kuhn, W09, November 2008

Encoded using Archivist Toolkit: Hanna Juergens, W13, July 2012

Encoding edited by: Megan Wheaton-Book, Assistant Archivist, October 2012

Title
Inventory of the Ann K. Kittredge Writings
Status
Completed
Author
Ashley Kuhn W09
Date
November 12, 2008
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
Undetermined
Script of description
Code for undetermined script

Repository Details

Part of the Marion B. Gebbie Archives and Special Collections Repository