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In this diary from 1933, Eva Twist writes about her life and family in Waterville, Maine. She also writes about her relationships with men, most notably the end of her affair with "R.H.G." This diary is significant because it features the first instances of Twist writing in shorthand.
diaries, shorthand, Waterville, family, relationships, farming
Social History | United States History | Women's History
Location of Original
Maine Women Writers Collection
Physical Description of Original
12 x 8 cm, red cover
This collection is open for research.
Eva Twist Diary (1933), Eva A. Twist and Bertha M. Connor diaries, Maine Women Writers Collection, University of New England, Portland, Maine.