Diary of Miss Kitty May Ellis

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Diary of Miss Kitty May Ellis
by Kitty May Ellis
Transcriber's Notes: The diaries consist of about two-hundred ledger books, each of about a hundred pages. Each one was writen using a quill pen and so some words are illegible. The majority of the diary text consists of transcribed articles from the local newspaper and her comments upon those articles.

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