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Bassett-Little Family Papers

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May Virginia Bassett Little was born March 10, 1913, and died Sept. 4, 1994. She was the daughter of Dr. Arthur E. Bassett (1886-1951), a dentist and prominent Swarthmore, Pa., resident, and Vernon Rose (Waddell) Bassett (1887-1955).

Arthur E. Bassett was the son of Franklin Lippincott Bassett (1855-1929) and Anna Elgar (Hallowell) Bassett, Philadelphia Quakers. Anna was the daughter of John Elgar Hallowell (1838-1856) and Anna Wilson Townsend (1836-1878). John Elgar Hallowell was the son of Benjamin Hallowell (1799-1877), renowned Quaker educator. Anna Wilson Townsend was the daughter of Edward Townsend (1807-1896), a Philadelphia Quaker dentist involved in the education of African-Americans, prison reform, and a school for the blind. He served as warden of Eastern State Penitentiary in 1870-1881.

Franklin Bassett graduated from Swarthmore College in 1876 and practiced dentistry in Philadelphia. The family transferred their memberships from Philadelphia Monthly Meeting (Hicksite) to Swarthmore Monthly Meeting in 1895 and lived on 513 Walnut Lane. In 1914, the family removed to Salem Monthly Meeting. N.J. Anna Bassett returned to Swarthmore Monthly Meeting in 1949 and died in the Hickman Home in West Chester.

Vernon Rose Waddell (1889-1955) was the daughter of James A. Waddell and May Virginia Rose. Her mother died in 1895, and Vernon first lived with her mother's parents and sister at 422 Harvard Avenue, Swarthmore, and subsequently with her mother's other sister, Vernon (Rose) Geddes who lived across the street at 417 Harvard. Vernon and her husband, Frank H. Geddes raised her namesake as their own daughter. Their son, F. Bramwell Geddes, married Vernon Waddell Bassett's cousin, Alice Worth. Vernon Waddell attended Swarthmore College in the Class of 1912 and married Arthur Bassett in 1910. Alice Worth Geddess graduated in the Class of 1908, and her husband, F. Bramwell Geddess, was in the Class of 1905.

While Arthur Bassett remained a member of the Society of Friends until his death in 1951, Vernon, who had been raised a Baptist, became a member of Swarthmore Presbyterian Church. Vernon and Arthur Bassett moved to 307 N. Chester Road in 1916, where they lived the remainder of their lives.

The extended Swarthmore family also included Vernon's uncle, Herbert T. Bassett, and his wife Mary Ramsay Bassett (Swarthmore Class of 1912) who lived in the Ramsay family home on North Chester Road. Virginia's sister, Barbara, married David West Cochrane. He was the long-time clerk of the Swarthmore Camera Shop.

Virginia Bassett married Ralph V. Little, Jr. (1909-2001) in 1937. An electrical engineer, he was the son of Ralph V. Little and Helen Druary Little who also lived in Swarthmore and were members of the Swarthmore Presbyterian Church. Ralph graduated from Penn State University in 1933 and worked for RCA in Camden. Virginia and Ralph lived in Swarthmore for fifteen years and had three children: Donald Townsend, Shirley, and Janet. They moved to Ohio in 1957. In 1974, they moved to Central Pennsylvania, and in 1985, to a retirement home in Blue Bell, Pa.

The collection contain papers of the Bassett and Little families who resided in Swarthmore, Pa., in the first half of the twentieth century. In the 1980s, May Virginia Bassett Little (1913-1994) created a series of family scrapbooks accompanied by short memoirs and excerpts from her diaries. Her father was a birthright Quaker, and the family had deep roots in Swarthmore College and the Borough of Swarthmore. Her husband, Ralph V. Little, Jr., (1909-2001), also was raised in Swarthmore. Their son, Donald Townsend Little, continued his mother's interest in autobiography and compiling family history.

The scrapbooks were published with annotations and writings by Donald T. Little, Virginia's World & Pathways Beyond (2008). Volume 2 contains additional biogrraphical information about Vernon and Arthur Bassett and other family members.

Gift of Donald T. Little, 2011-2016, 2021

Received in 10 "magnetic" binders with one bound acidic scrapbook and a folder of loose photographs. The memoirs and scrapbooks were reproduced with annotationsa and additions by her son, Donald T. Little, in 2008. For preservation purposes, the manuscript material was removed and acid-free photocopies made of the scrapbooks. This material is stored as RG 5/277 which was originally cataloged as the May Virginia Bassett Little Album Collection. In 2011, Donald Little added a family tree compiled by his mother and an original photo albumm of the Rose family of Swarthmore. Two additional oversized scrapbooks and related travel diaries added to the collection in 2012. Donald Little deposited additional photo albums and his personal papers in 2013, 2014, and 2016. The collection was renamed Bassett-Little Family Papers, and a new finding aid produced. The original photographs were removed from the binders and stored with Picture Collections as PA 154.

After a photocopy was made of the entirety, the original photographs in May Virginia Bassett Little's scrapbooks were removed to PA 154 and a detailed inventory created. The photograph albums compiled by Donald T. Little were added to PA 154 as well as a small photo album of Rose Family Photographs, ca. 1904-1905, mostly taken in Swarthmore, Pa. Two cased photographs were removed to PA 107: A tarnished daguerreotype of Elizabeth Clark Townsend, dated 1873, and an ambrotype of a seated woman, possibly Ruth Korns.

Publisher
Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College
Finding Aid Author
FHL staff
Finding Aid Date
2016
Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions

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Collection Inventory

Autobiography of May Virginia Bassett, 1913-1936, 1988.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Virginia's memoirs, from childhood to engagement, 1913-1936, with additions exerpted from her diaries

Physical Description

1 folder

Extracts from Virginia's diary, 1988.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Compiled for her grandson, Derek Little. Life in Swarthmore, then trip to Germany in 1929.

Physical Description

1 folder

Fine Arts, Temple University, 1936.
Box 1
Physical Description

1 folder

Camp Counselor, 1933-1936.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Typed copies of letters, 1933-1936, she wrote to her parents

Physical Description

1 folder

Wedding, 1937.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Swarthmore Presbyterian Church

Physical Description

1 folder

"Living with your parents", 1993.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

In the early 1990s, Virginia excerpted her diaries 1938-1940, to give her children her memories and perspectives of their childhood. Donald was born in Swarthmore. After a series of temporary moves, the family settled on Haverford Place in Swarthmore

Physical Description

1 folder

Raising family in Swarthmore, 1943-1944, 1993.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Covering the period from 1943-1944

Physical Description

1 folder

Raising family in Swarthmore, 1945-1947, 1993.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Covering the period from 1945-1947. Becomes more involved with puppetry

Physical Description

1 folder

"Life with Your Parents, 1951", 1993.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Summary of family activities for year 1951 and excerpts from diaries. Virginia began her puppet shows

Physical Description

1 folder

Diary entries of home life in Swarthmore, 1952, 1993-1994.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Activities in Swarthmore, 1952

Physical Description

1 folder

Diary entries of home life in Swarthmore, 1953, 1994.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Activities in Swarthmore, 1953. Final diary excerpted in July 1994.

Physical Description

1 folder

Family letter, 1958.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Mimeographed letter to family with details of their life in Shaker Heights in 1958

Physical Description

1 folder

Autobiography and update, 1980, 1987.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

In a brief autobiography, Virginia relates that she has compiled a scrapbook with photographs of her grandparents and made albums for each of her children

Physical Description

1 folder

Correspondence with parents.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Typed copies of letters 1946-1955 from Virginia to her parents and a letter from her mother

Physical Description

1 folder

Letters to son Donald.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Typed copies of letters, 1955-1956

Physical Description

1 folder

Puppetry, 1955.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

In 1955, Virginia took a puppetry course in Folktale Puppet Studio Vermont. Virginia became interested in puppets when her children were small

Physical Description

1 folder

Shaker Heights Church activities, 1960-1966.
Box 1
Physical Description

1 folder

Stories, from Locust Lane, Pa., 1965, 1977.
Box 1
Physical Description

1 folder

Original Doll Artists Council of America, letter to members, 1982.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Virginia became president of the organization in 1982. Mimeographed copy.

Physical Description

1 folder

"A Happy Week-end with Polly and Don Little", 1990.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Account of a pleasant weekend spent with family and a thank-you note. A second copy included, with cover letter from sister-in-law Margy (2001)

Physical Description

1 folder

Virginia Little obituary, 1994.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Also Christmas letter from her sister-in-law that mentions the death

Physical Description

1 folder

Waddell plantation, Florida, 1925-1934.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Clippings, etc., on land developed by members of the Waddell family. Vernon Bassett inherited a share in 1934

Physical Description

1 folder

Miscellaneous loose correspondence, 1990.
Box 1
Physical Description

1 folder

Donald T. Little: Biographies.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Biographies of Vernon Rose Waddell (1879-1955) and Arthur Edward Bassett (1886-1951), compiled and written by Donald T. Little in collaboration with May Virginia Bassett Little, Barbara King Bassett Cochrane, and James Waddell Bassett.

Physical Description

1 folder

Scope and Contents

Unless otherwise noted, this series contains photocopies made before dismantling from acidic albums. Virginia Little created the albums in the 1980s-1994, collecting and identifying family photographs from from various sources including a nineteenth century Townsend album. For preservation purposes, the original photographs were removed to PA 154.

Family album, Part I, 1987.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

"Dedicated to my Family." Genealogical information and photographs of family members, beginning with her grandparents to 1941

Physical Description

1 folder

Family album, Part II, 1987.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

"Dedicated to my Family." Photo album with labels covers the years 1942-1968

Physical Description

1 folder

Donald T. Little photo album (photocopy).
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Photo album covering childhood of her son Donald, 1939-1949

Physical Description

1 folder

Vernon Rose Waddell photo album.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Includes photographs collected by Virginia's mother, Vernon. Includes Swarthmore homes and Swarthmore College. Donald T. Little compiled additional biographical material which is included in Vol. 2.

Physical Description

1 folder

Virginia's childhood - engagement photo album, 1913-1936.
Box 1
Scope and Contents

Album to accompany the Autobiography of May Virginia Bassett (Series 1)

Physical Description

1 folder

Move from Shaker Heights, OH, to Locust Lane Farm, 1957-1972.
Box 2
Scope and Contents

Photocopy and extensive hand-written notes in original album

Physical Description

1 folder

Little family photo album.
Box 2
Scope and Contents

Little, Geddes family and homes in Swarthmore

Physical Description

1 folder

Vernon Rose Waddell photo album, 1955.
Box 2
Scope and Contents

Early memories, diary of a trip to Canada in 1904

Physical Description

1 folder

Life of Dr. Arthur Edward Bassett.
Box 2
Scope and Contents

Arthur Bassett was Virginia's father. Donald T. Little compiled additional biographical material which is included in Vol. 2. Arthur was a descendent of Benjamin Hallowell, and his father was a graduate of Swarthmore College. In 1893 the family moved to Swarthmore, first to a house on N. Chester Rd and 1893 to a new house at 513 Walnut Lane.

Physical Description

1 folder

Frank Rose photo album.
Box 2
Scope and Contents

Note from Donor that he removed the pages in 2005 from a bound album. Photographs mounted on black paper. Frank Rose was a sister of May Vernon Rose Waddell (Virginia's mother).

Physical Description

1 folder

Ralph Vinton Little album, 1980.
Box 2
Scope and Contents

Contains a brief autobiorgraphy of Ralph Little who grew up at 133 Park Avenue. In the late 1940s and early 1950s, he worked for RCA and was in early days of television and Theater Television.

Physical Description

1 folder

Remembrance of the family of Edward Townsend, 1994.
Box 2
Scope and Contents

An album created for the occasion of Eastern State Penitentiary tour and picnic hosted by the Worth-Spackman families. Typed Ms. The original photographs removed to PA 154. Cartes de visite returned to their slots in the Townsend family album. This manuscript includes the memoirs of Edward Townsend (1806-1896) who served as warden of Eastern State 1870-1881. A photocopy of the album was placed in PG7, Townsend family.

Physical Description

1 folder

Oregon trip memorabilia scrapbooks, 1951.
Box 3
Scope and Contents

Vernon Bassett, her daughter Virginia, and grandson made the driving trip by way of the developing interstate highway system.

Physical Description

1 folder

Oregon trip diariess, 1951.
Box 3
Scope and Contents

Two diaries in student composition books of Vernon Bassett and one written by her grandson Donald Little.

Physical Description

1 folder

Scope and Contents

Accession FHL 2017.040. Donor's labeling and order retained. Includes primarily family correspondence

Letters from Virginia Little to family members, 1972-1973.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

Including "round-robin" letter to Western relatives

Physical Description

1 folder

Misc. letters, 1926-1959.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

Including DAR recommendation

Physical Description

1 folder

Letters to Ralph Little, Jr., and family from wife, Virginia, 1955.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

While visiting in Vermont

Physical Description

1 folder

Virginia Bassett's Little Puppets, 1955.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

Clippings and list of courses, etc.

Physical Description

1 folder

Letters from Virginia Bassett Little to mother, Vernon Bassett, 1941.
Box 4
Physical Description

1 folder

Letters to daughter Virginia from Vernon Bassett, 1935-1936.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

1935, while visiting Lillian Waddell (her half sister) in Perth, Ontario

Physical Description

1 folder

Letters from Mrs. Frank L. Bassett to Vernon (daughter-in-law) and Virginia (granddaughter), 1937-1948.
Box 4
Physical Description

1 folder

Letters to Vernon Bassett from Virginia Bassett Little (daughter), 1943.
Box 4
Physical Description

1 folder

Letters to Vernon Bassett from Virginia Bassett Little (daughter), 1951.
Box 4
Physical Description

1 folder

Letters to Leanore Perkins from Virginia Bassett while in George School, 1929-1931.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

Leanore was a long-time friends from Swarthmore

Physical Description

1 folder

Letters to Mother and Father from Virginia Bassett from Girl Scout Camp, 1926.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

Camp in the Poconos

Physical Description

1 folder

Letters from Tanta to Virginia Bassett (her grandniece), 1923, 1935.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

"Tanta" was Vernon Rose Geddes, Vernon Rose Waddell Bassett's sister. Vernon's mother died in childbirth and Vernon first lived with her grandparents and the her aunt. Tanta was like a grandmother to Vernon's children.

Physical Description

1 folder

Virginia Bassett correspondence, 1923.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

On vacation in Ocean City, NJ

Physical Description

1 folder

Postcards and notes from Virginia, European Tour, 1929.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

Vernon Bassett traveled with daughters Virginia and Barbara, "Tanta" Vernon Rose Geddes and Aunt Eugenia.

Physical Description

1 folder

Photo of Mary Anna King Rose.
Box PA 154
Letters from Arthur Bassett to his wife, 1943, 1949.
Box 4
Scope and Contents

Vernon was visiting her son's home in California

Physical Description

1 folder

WW II Ration Books, 1940s.
Box 5
Physical Description

1 folder

Letters to Virginia Bassett Little, 1938.
Box 5
Scope and Contents

Birth of son Donald, etc.

Physical Description

1 folder

Wedding and honeymoon of Virginia Bassett and Ralph Little, 1937.
Box 5
Scope and Contents

Includes photograph of the bride

Physical Description

1 folder

Letters to Virginia Bassett from her mother, Vernon, etc., 1935.
Box 5
Scope and Contents

Virginia was a camp counselor at Camp Indian Run. Includes photographs at Camp

Physical Description

1 folder

Letters to Leanore Perkins from Virginia Bassett, 1933-1940, 1959.
Box 5
Scope and Contents

Early letterswere written from summer camp.

Physical Description

1 folder

Letters to Mrs. Vernon Bassett, Virginia and Barbara, 1929.
Box 5
Scope and Contents

While on their European vacation from son Waddell, Arthur Bassett and others

Physical Description

1 folder

Letters to Mrs. Vernon Bassett, Virginia and Barbara, 1929.
Box 5
Scope and Contents

While on their European vacation from son Waddell, Arthur Bassett and others

Physical Description

1 folder

Barbara Bassett's scrapbook of summer camp, 1933.
Box 6
Scope and Contents

Camp Memories and Photo Album of Barbara Bassett's summer at Camp Indian Run

Physical Description

1 folder

Journal of Leanore Perkins of her friendship with Virginia Bassett Little, 1927-1972.
Box 6
Scope and Contents

Leanore Perkins (1911-2002) was a childhood friend of Virginia. Ms excerpts written about their activities and friendship. Leanore was the daughter of Joseph and Mary Perkins who became members of Swarthmore Monthly Meeting in 1930. She worked at the Swarthmore Public Library beginning in 1950. Includes photographs of Virginia's wedding party and of Crum Creek, Swarthmore, which was taken in 1930s by Arthur Bassett.

Physical Description

1 folder

Notebook journal of trip to California, 1941.
Box 6
Scope and Contents

Notebook on cross-country trip to California by car, Barbara, Jim, and Vernon Little

Physical Description

1 folder

Swarthmore High School 50th Class Reunion booklet, 1982.
Box 6
Physical Description

1 folder

Photograph (tintype} of James Albeit Waddell (Father of Vernon Rose Waddell Bassett and Grandfather of Virginia Bassett Little).
Other PA 154
Scope and Contents

Removed to PA 154. James A. Waddell m. 1st Frances Shattack, one daughter Lillian A. Waddell. M. 2nd May Virginia Rose, one daughter Vernon Rose Waddell who married Arthur E. Bassett.

Misc. postcards and mementos of trip abroad, 1929.
Box 6
Scope and Contents

European trip, summer of 1929. Includes a small notebook kept by Vernon Little with rough notes and an envelope of snapshots.

Physical Description

1 folder

A Novice in Europe by Eugenie Rose Street, 1934.
Box 6
Scope and Contents

Written about the 1929 European tour with Vernon Rose Bassett and her two daughters, Virginia and Barbara. Annotations by Barbara written in 2002 who was 12 years old at the time. Eugenie Rose (1875-1947) married John P. Street.

Physical Description

1 folder

Barbara King Bassett correspondence with her parents, 1935-1950.
Box 6
Scope and Contents

Includes Barbara King Bassett's fingerprints 1932.

Physical Description

1 folder

Florida property investments, financial and estate records, 1924-1956.
Box 6
Scope and Contents

Correspondence with Vernon Bassett and her uncle, Ed. A. Waddell, etc., concerning property she and sister Lillian inherited from their father, James A. Waddell, which was sold in 1945.

Physical Description

1 folder

Cape Sable property records (photocopies), 1939-1957.
Box 3
Scope and Contents

Copies of documents in the National Park Service Archives concerning the property in the Everglades. Also, summary and Donald Little's correspondence. 2014

Physical Description

1 folder

Swarthmore High School diplomas, 1934.
Box 3
Scope and Contents

David West Cochrane and Barbara King Bassett.

Physical Description

1 folder

Scope and Contents

Donald Little's autobiography in three volumes with supporting papers. Accession FHL 2016.006

Baby book, 1938-1949.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Bound baby book. Includes informal snapshots and 8 x 10 of the extended family taken when Donald was an infant.

Physical Description

1 folder

Childhood activities in Swarthmore, Pa., 1940s-1950.
Box 7
Physical Description

1 folder

Childhood activities in Swarthmore, Pa., 1950-1954.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Boy Scouts, etc.

Physical Description

1 folder

Sea Scouts Ship #329 and Troop 3, 1956.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Swarthmore troop were involved in project to rebuild a surplus Navy landing craft. Clippings, correspondence, report on project, etc.

Physical Description

1 folder

George School, Class of 1957, 1957, 1982.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Includes a letter to his parents, 1957; 1982 reunion

Physical Description

1 folder

Swarthmore High School, Class of 1956, 1956, 1966, 2006.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Don Little was in Class of 1956 but graduated in Class of 1957 at George School. Remove to SHS archives?

Physical Description

1 folder

Penn State, 1957.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Matriculated in fall of 1957. Memorabilia from freshman year.

Physical Description

1 folder

Silver Bay Association, 1959.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Summer job at Silver Bay, NY

Physical Description

1 folder

Wilmington College, 1960-1962.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Earned B.S., Class of 1964. Includes student paper written for Professor T. Canby Jones. Correspondence from Jones.

Physical Description

1 folder

Civil Rights activities, 1960-1962.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

Student Christian Union trip to South, 1962. Articles, writings

Physical Description

1 folder

Selective service, 1962-1965.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

Draft, application as CO, divinity school. Performed SS obligation as employee of mission board

Physical Description

1 folder

Writings, reflections, 1960-1962, 1981.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

TMs, topics on religion, autobiography at age twenty-three. His self-published 3 volume autobiography is based on his papers and includes details of his life at all stages.

Physical Description

1 folder

Colgate Theological Seminary, 1962-1963.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

Writings, ephemera, postcard notes to fiancée. Decided that he would fulfill his alternate service through service with the Presbyterian Board of Missions rather than entering the ministry.

Physical Description

1 folder

Ganado Mission, AZ, 1963-1965.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

Navajo mission owned by Board of National Missions of the Presbyterian Church. Don worked in the electrical power house, completing his alternate service commitment as a conscientious objector. Polly Little worked as a registered nurse. They were featured in an article in the Wilmington College alumni magazine, Nov. 1964

Physical Description

1 folder

Correspondence received, Don and Polly, 1963-1965.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

While newlyweds in Arizona. Letters from Polly's family and other friends and family. Don had considered entering the ministry.

Physical Description

1 folder

Presbyterian Church, 1963-1965.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

Active in Presbyterian Church in Rochester, Ganado Mission and Board of National Missions

Physical Description

1 folder

Sitka, Alaska, 1965-1966.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

Donald supervised a construction project for the Presbyterian Board of Missions. Correspondence and related articles concerning great fire, snapshots, postcard

Physical Description

1 folder

Resumes, biographical essays, 1966-1988.
Box 8
Physical Description

1 folder

School, professional records, 1952-1996.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

School, membership, and professional records. Association of Physical Plant Administrators,

Physical Description

1 folder

Professional papers.
Box 9
Scope and Contents

Employment including Xerox in Rochester, NY, 1966-1972; Kalamazoo College as Director of Physical Plant, 1972-1979; Connecticut College 1979-1986 as Director of Physical Plant where he also worked with the New London revitalization project and built a passive solar house in 1981

Physical Description

1 folder

Family and professional papers, 1970-1986.
Box 9
Scope and Contents

The family moved to Kalamazoo in 1972. His father lost his job in 1977 and moved to Central Pennsylvania. Family reunion. In 1984, his parents sold Locust Farm, and moved to a retirement community outside Philadelphia. Donald continued his education, established a consulting business, and was involved with various non-profits.

Physical Description

1 folder

Miscellaneous personal, 1961-1992.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

Correspondence, notes

Physical Description

1 folder

Miscellaneous personal, 1961-1992.
Box 9
Scope and Contents

Correspondence, notes. Donald and Polly Little adopted a daughter in 1974.

Physical Description

1 folder

Family Tree of Shirley Vinton Little, 1964-1978.
Box 9
Scope and Contents

Compiled by Virginia Bassett Little for her daughter, 1964. Removed from binder, additional pages added with Donald Little history.

Wanderings Ponderings, 2012-2015.
Box 10
Scope and Contents

Autobiography in three published volumes.

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