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Collection Number: 05036-z

Collection Title: Isabelle Busbee Papers (#5036-z) 1906

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Abstract Isabelle Busbee resided in Raleigh, N.C., in the first decade of the 20th century. In May 1906, she and several companions traveled to Europe, sailing from New York on the SS Haverford. In the course of her travels, she visited England, Scotland, France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. In the last days of her journey, she visited Rome where she received an audience with the Pope on 19 August 1906. She returned to the United States aboard the RMS Carpathia, arriving in New York on 9 September 1906. The papers of Isabelle Busbee include a diary detailing her trip to Europe in the summer of 1906 and papers related to her travels. The diary contains details of daily excursions undertaken by Busbee and her traveling companions. Entries discuss the historic and cultural sites they visited in England, Scotland, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. Most diary entries relate to travel circumstances and accommodations. Related items include a restaurant receipt, an itinerary of the trip, and schedules for activities aboard the Haverford and the Carpathia.
Creator Busbee, Isabelle.
Language English.
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Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Provenance
Received from John E. Parker of Raleigh, N.C., in August 2000 (Acc. 98720).
Sensitive Materials Statement
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Isabelle Busbee resided in Raleigh, N.C., in the first decade of the 20th century. In May 1906, she and several companions traveled to Europe, sailing from New York on the SS Haverford. In the course of her travels, she visited England, Scotland, France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. In the last days of her journey, she visited Rome where she received an audience with the Pope on 19 August 1906. She returned to the United States aboard the RMS Carpathia, arriving in New York on 9 September 1906.

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The papers of Isabelle Busbee of North Carolina include a diary detailing her trip to Europe in the summer of 1906 and papers related to her travels. The diary contains details of daily excursions undertaken by Busbee and her traveling companions. Entries discuss the historic and cultural sites they visited in England, Scotland, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. Most diary entries relate to travel circumstances and accommodations. Related items include a restaurant receipt, an itinerary of the trip, and schedules for activities aboard the S.S. Haverford, on which she made her crossing, and the R.M.S. Carpathia, on which she returned.

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The papers of Isabelle Busbee of North Carolina include a diary detailing her trip to Europe in the summer of 1906 and papers related to her travels. The diary contains details of daily excursions undertaken by Busbee and her traveling companions. Entries discuss the historic and cultural sites they visited in England, Scotland, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. Most diary entries relate to travel circumstances and accommodations. Related items include a restaurant receipt, an itinerary of the trip, and schedules for activities aboard the S.S. Haverford, on which she made her crossing, and the R.M.S. Carpathia, on which she returned.

Folder 1

Diary #05036-z, Series: "Papers, 1906." Folder 1

Folder 2

Other papers #05036-z, Series: "Papers, 1906." Folder 2

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