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Dorothy Charlotte Walter papers, addendum, 1908-1960.
Walter, Dorothy Charlotte, 1889-1967.
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Vermont Historical Society Library  MSA 151  Manuscript  Vault-Manuscript 


Personal Author : Walter, Dorothy Charlotte, 1889-1967.
Title : Dorothy Charlotte Walter papers, addendum, 1908-1960.
Physical Description : .5 linear ft. (1 box).
Summary :

These papers span the most creative years in the life of Vermont writer and editor Dorothy Charlotte Walter (1889-1967). They include short stories, poetry, drama, autobiograpy, and instructional material which she used as a teacher of English to the foreign-born. There is also a scrapbook of newspaper clippings which she made while living in Paducah, Kentucky, with many annotations in her own hand.

Biographical or historical data :

Dorothy Charlotte Walter was born April 27, 1889, in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, the eldest child of Charles True and Sarah Mabel (Hall) Walter. She received her early education at Lyndon Academy and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Brown University in 1912. Her career included teaching, research work, proof reading and editing, writing, home nursing, and many other activities which is why she came to call herself a "Rolling Stone." Although she traveled quite extensively, the main focus of her life was Vermont and Providence, Rhode Island. She died in 1967.

Personal Subject : Walter, Dorothy Charlotte, 1889-1967.
Subject Term : Short stories.
Poetry.
Geographic Term : Paducah (Ky.) Archival sources.
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