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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Beatrice Maud Hill Collection

Collection number: MS-150-11
Scope and Contents

The collection contains nine journals, eight of which was used by Beatrice to record psychic impressions. In particular, readings regarding her son serving in World War II. Two separate items from British lecturer and psychic Horace F. Leaf (1885-1971) are include with Leaf encouraging Beatrice to develop her psychic abilities.

Dates: 1940s-1955

Folder 16: Journal Writings, 1957, 1963 (Southern Regional Council); 2000 (San Diego)

 File — Box 6, Folder: 16
Collection number: Folder 16
Other Information

Diary from an Amtrak train & bus trip across country (San Diego)

Sissy's journal from here time in France. 1968.

Journal pages from 1957 and 1979.

Dates: Created: 1957, 1963 (Southern Regional Council); 2000 (San Diego)

Folder 18: Paris - Sissy Writings, Late 1950s & early 1960s

 File — Box 6, Folder: 18
Collection number: Folder 18
Scope and Contents

Typed and written pages from when Sissy was in Paris. Some pages are written in French.

Dates: Created: Late 1950s & early 1960s

Folder 23: Autobiography Sissy

 File — Box 6, Folder: 23
Collection number: Folder 23
Scope and Contents

Typed and hand-written pages. Some autobiographical and some self-reflection.

Dates: 1900 - 1989; Majority of material found within 1950 - 1970

Lieutenant Andrew McConnell Civil War Diary

 Collection — Box 1
Collection number: MS-12
Scope and Contents The diary was written in pocket-sized editions and each was sent home after it was completed.  The collection in the Valdosta State Archives has two folders, each containing an identical copy of the McConnell diary.  The diary is divided into five volumes, the last of which was written by John Albert Feaster Coleman after McConnell died.  Kathleen and Mary Bess Coleman and Julia and Mary Faucette owned four of the original volumes of the diary.  Donald Clayton owned one book, which he found...
Dates: 1861-1865