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Lloyd, Alice. Papers
0.25 linear feet (1 box)
Special Collections Research Center
Alice Lloyd, early student. The Alice Lloyd Papers consist of her diary (from October 29, 1901 to December 5, 1901), nine essays written by Lloyd around the fall of 1901, and handwritten copies (by Lloyd) of verses and essays by O.W. Holmes and John Ruskin.
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Alice Lloyd was born on October 1, 1864. Originally from Germantown, Kentucky, Lloyd attended Daughters' College in Harrodsburg, Kentucky. In the fall of 1901 Lloyd began attending the University of Chicago. She continued to take courses during the Winter and Spring quarters of 1902, and again in the Summer quarter of 1906. Lloyd left the University without receiving a degree.
The Alice Lloyd Papers consist of her diary (from October 29, 1901 to December 5, 1901), nine essays written by Lloyd around the fall of 1901, and handwritten copies (by Lloyd) of verses and essays by O.W. Holmes and John Ruskin.
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Diary, October 29, 1901 to December 5, 1901