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Notebooks

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Jacob Larwood illustrated notebook on ancient art and architecture

 Item — Box Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 2016.arts
Abstract This notebook, with an interior note of "by Jacob Larwood," is marked "London, april 9, 1862" and contains 68 pages of handwritten notes and vibrant illustrations about Greek, Egyptian, Assyrian, and other ancient art and architecture motifs.

Little Golden Books ephemera

 File — Box Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 117.3524
Abstract This folder contains a spiral-bound notebook labeled "1988 Record Book" with Little Golden Book lists/prices and a DIY Little Golden Book with "Sarah's First X-Mas Words!" on the cover. These ephemera were found during processing of the Brian Schultz collection of Little Golden Books in the library at The Strong in 2017.

Second and third grade compositions notebook

 File — Box Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 92.79
Abstract This composition notebook contains handwritten notes and writing exercises, including nursery rhymes and lines from well-known literature. The author is Mabel R. Fenner, who likely also penned the later annotation "Pencil pages may be 2nd grade or 3rd, ink pages marked 3rd grade."

Seventh and eighth grade compositions notebook

 File — Box Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 92.81
Abstract This composition notebook, with labels of "Seventh Grade Compositions 1915 + 1916" and "8th Grade Compositions 1916-1917," contains handwritten notes, outlines, and essays. The author is Mabel R. Fenner, with the seventh grade teacher's name written as Miss Marylee Stillman.

Seventh-grader notes and notebook

 File — Box Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 98.270-98.271-98.272
Abstract This collection of notes and a notebook documents seventh-grade friendship (and drama) between several female students at a Rochester, New York-area middle school. These notes represent a favorite pastime of teenage girls of the 1980s and 1990s: note-folding and note-passing.