The Southern Women and Their Families in the 19th Century: Papers and Diaries Collection consists of microfilm copies of selected collections at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill’s Southern Historical Collection and the Virginia Historical Society related to southern women and their families during the nineteenth century. Topics relate to women in the South and include descriptions of plantation and family life, domestic relations, and travel, and formats include diaries, correspondence, and other papers. Given the unique and diverse nature of the materials on microfilm, the collections are unable to be completely described in the finding aid alone. The collection includes four volumes with detailed information about the creator and contents of each collection, including a breakdown of the contents of each reel, while this finding aid provides an overview of what collections are represented on each reel.
Special collections material is obtained from many sources and is intended primarily for research and educational purposes. Certain works may be protected by copyright, trademark, or related interests not governed by the department. It is up to the researcher to verify that they have permission to use these materials for publication or other activities.
Access and Use
For more information or to use any of these collections, contact:
Special Collections, Morrow Library
One John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755
Southern Women and their Families in the 19th Century [Microfilm], 1694-1991, Accession No. 1991/05.0535, Special Collections Department, Marshall University, Huntington, WV.