Margie Small tour scrapbooks
Contains two scrapbooks compiled by Kathryn Loitwood that document Margie Small's tours of both the East and West coasts of the United States. Includes maps, photographs, program and newspaper clippings, and handwritten captions and explanations. Describes some of the most famous landmarks of the United States, including those in Washington, D.C., New York, New England, Niagara Falls, and Yellowstone National Park. Materials dated 1934-1935.
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Open for public research.
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It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances. Permission to publish material from the Margie Small tour scrapbooks must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Board of Curators.
Margie Small (1873-1972) was a school teacher in Gettysburg, South Dakota.
Margie E. Small was born on February 15, 1873, in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, to Michael and Jannie H. Small. She moved to South Dakota in 1888, and lived with her sister Nina and uncle William. She was a school teacher in Gettysburg, South Dakota. She died in October of 1972.
Kathryn Loitwood (1913-1994) was a historian in Gettysburg, South Dakota.
Kathryn Mabel Reichenbach was born on March 5, 1913, in South Dakota, to parents, John N. and Mabel A. Reichenbach. She married Howard Sutton Loitwood on June 3, 1937, in Hughes, South Dakota. They became historians, and collected rare Indian artifacts. She died November 12, 1994.
1 box (0.5 linear ft.)
Language of Materials
Utah and the American West and LDS cultural, social, and religious history (20th and 21st Century Western and Mormon Manuscripts collection development policy, II. B. 5. VII, August 2007).
Processed; McKinley Griffin; 2015.
- Register of Margie Small tour scrapbooks
- McKinley Griffin
- 2015 September 15
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.