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Title Cash Book. Happenings in California, February 1922
Date 4 Feb 1922
Document type Travel Journal; Ephemera
Description Diary written in pencil, now very faded in places. The author, a resident of Virginia, relates their trip to California. In the first half of the travel journal they meet with friends, visit Los Angeles, attend church, see the ocean for the first time, make clothes for children during a Ladies Aid meeting, buy camping equipment, attend the theatre and go sightseeing, including a trip to the Mission at San Fernando. The second half of the journal gives an account of their subsequent camping trip on the outskirts of San Diego and the long train journey home.
Theme(s) Road, Rail and Air Travel  The Great Outdoors  Children and Families  
Regions United States of America  
Country/State California  Virginia  Arizona  Texas  Alabama  Georgia  New Mexico  
Keywords luggage, motor car, city, station, food, camping, health, clothing, camping equipment, horse riding, church, Kodak, sea, theatre, sightseeing, music, dancing, climate, sailing, fishing, shopping, business, train, scenery, railway
Collection Anthony Stanonis Travel Scrapbook and Diary Collection (Collection 65)
Reference Box 10, Folder 5
Library J. Edgar & Louise S. Monroe Library, Loyola University New Orleans
Language English
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