Mary Kay Venable Weathers scrapbooks

Abstract

The Mary Kay Venable Weathers scrapbooks (dated 1861-1912, undated; 1.21 cubic feet; 1 box, 2 items) comprise newspaper clippings that include: poems, fictional stories, engravings, politics, military, inventions, world politics, wildlife, political cartoons, marriage, and Civil War topics.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Mary Kay Venable Weathers scrapbooks
Date
1861-1912, undated (inclusive)
Creator
Weathers, Mary Kay
Extent
1.21 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Engraving.
Journalism, Religious.
Political cartoons.
Inventions.
Recipes.
Weddings
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.
Arrangement
Collection is arranged chronologically.
Finding Aid Author
Amanda Hanner
Preferred Citation
46m34: [identification of item], Mary Kay Venable Weathers scrapbooks, 1861-1912, undated, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Scope and Content
The Mary Kay Venable Weathers scrapbooks (dated 1861-1912, undated; 1.21 cubic feet; 1 box, 2 items) comprise newspaper clippings that include: poems, fictional stories, engravings, politics, military, inventions, world politics, wildlife, political cartoons, marriage, and Civil War topics. The materials record affairs such as the death of Queen Victoria I and subsequent royal proceedings, global politics featuring reform in China, and the health of President Grover Cleaveland.
Processing Info
No biographical information for Mary Kay Weathers could be found.

Restrictions on Access and Use

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

1861-1885

  • Box 1, item 1
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1873-1875

  • Box 1, item 2
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[1880]

  • Box 1, item 3
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1885-1886

  • Item 1
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1887, 1901

  • Box 1, item 4
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1897-1905

  • Box 1, item 5
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1898-1901

  • Box 1, item 6
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1900-1901

  • Box 1, item 7
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1909-1912

  • Item 2
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undated

  • Box 1, item 8
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