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Old days in Chapel Hill, being the life and letters of Cornelia Phillips Spencer,

Author: Hope Summerell Chamberlain
Publisher: Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 1926.
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Named Person: Cornelia Phillips Spencer; Cornelia Phillips Spencer
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hope Summerell Chamberlain
OCLC Number: 1351765
Description: x pages, 3 leaves, 325 pages including frontispiece, illustrations (including portraits) 24 cm
Contents: Beginnings --
Neighbors and their children --
An old-fashioned education --
A "young lady's" friends in Chapel Hill --
Cornelia Phillips' love story --
Widowhood --
The "surrender" --
Eleanor Swain's story, a romance of the surrender --
The writing of "The last ninety days of the war" --
Journals and letters of 1865-1866 --
The breaking up of the old regime --
After the dispersion --
Mrs. Spencer's fight for the university --
Continued hostilities --
The lean years, 1871 to 1875 --
The university bell rings again --
Pleasant places --
Writing about changes --
Mrs. Spencer's literary tastes and later writings --
Indian summer --
Going down the valley, one by one.
Responsibility: by Hope Summerell Chamberlain, with illustration by the author.

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