01/HM30 Guide to the Belle Rogers Collection Rogers Collection Finding Aid Authors: B. Tanner.

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Guide to the Belle Rogers Collection 1850/1937 Manuscripts Overview of the Collection Belle Rogers Collection 1850-1937 1850-1937 01/HM30 1.00 English Manuscripts Administrative Information Conditions Governing Access:

This collection is not restricted.

Preferred Citation:

Belle Rogers Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections

Physical Characteristics or Technical Requirements:

This collection is stored off-site and requires a minimum of 24 hour notice prior to use.

Arrangement of Materials:

1 manuscript

Scope and Contents

The Belle Rogers Collection consists of a 142 page manuscript of the memoirs of longtime Gainesville resident Belle Rogers.  Spanning the years 1850-1937, the memoirs describe early pioneer life in Fannin, Hunt, and Cooke counties.  Topics include frontier domestic life, frontier schooling, local plants and landscapes, and early Gainesville families and businesses.

Detailed List of Contents id59778 1674 Memoirs of Belle Rogers 1937 76413 id61855 1674 Memoirs of Belle Rogers 1937 Scope and Contents

This item is a manuscript written by Belle Rogers chronicling her life from 1850 to 1937 in North Texas.