Wade Hall Collection of American Letters: Annette R. Cockrill diary

Abstract

The Annette R. Cockrill diary (dated 1905; 0.05 cubic feet; 1 folder) comprises one diary that documents the daily life and travels of Annette Cockrill living in Chicago, Illinois in 1905.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Wade Hall Collection of American Letters: Annette R. Cockrill diary
Creator
Cockrill, Annette R. Loveday
Extent
0.05 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Travel.
Domestic Life -- United States -- 20th century
Ocean travel
Family.
Arrangement
Collection is arranged by format. The Wade Hall Collection of American Letters has been processed into discrete collections based on provenance.
Finding Aid Author
Sarah Coblentz
Preferred Citation
2009ms132.0865: [identification of item], Wade Hall Collection of American Letters: Annette R. Cockrill diary, 1905, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Annette Cockrill née Loveday (b. 1844) was born in England to William Loveday (1805-1884) and Louisa Sheargold (1812-1900). The family immigrated to the United States in 1850, and settled in Illinois. In 1866, Annette married Milton Cockrill (1820-1891). No other biographical information available.
American Letters collector Wade Hall (1934-2015) was a native of Union Springs, Alabama. Starting in 1962, he lived in Louisville, where he taught English and chaired the English and Humanities/Arts programs at Kentucky Southern College and Bellarmine University. He also taught at the University of Illinois and the University of Florida. He held degrees from Troy State University (B.S.), the University of Alabama (M.A.), and the University of Illinois (Ph.D.). He served for two years in the U.S. Army in the mid-fifties. Dr. Hall was the author of books, monographs, articles, plays, and reviews relating to Kentucky, Alabama, and Southern history and literature. His most recent books include A Visit with Harlan Hubbard; High Upon a Hill: A History of Bellarmine College; A Song in Native Pastures: Randy Atcher's Life in Country Music; and Waters of Life from Conecuh Ridge.
Scope and Content
The Annette R. Cockrill diary (dated 1905; 0.05 cubic feet; 1 folder) comprises one diary that documents the daily life and travels of Annette Cockrill living in Chicago, Illinois in 1905. In the diary, she details the daily weather, her personal health, visits from family and friends, social outings, attending mass, and trips taken. During the year, she travels to many different locations, including New York, Boston, Canada, England, France, and Algeria. She details the quality of her accommodations, how her ocean crossing was, sights seen, family members visited, and shopping she completed while abroad.
The Annette R. Cockrill diary collection is part of the Wade Hall Collection of American Letters, which includes correspondence and diaries from all over North America covering the time period of the Civil to Korean Wars. The materials were collected by Wade Hall and document everyday men and women.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Contents of the Collection

Annette R. Cockrill diary, 1905

  • Box WH-104, folder 1
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