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Frankfort Chronicle Papers
Kentucky Historical Society. Special Collections & Archives. Frankfort, Kentucky 40601-1931
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For microfilmed copies see Clift number(s): 0347
[Identification of item], Frankfort Chronicle Papers, 1876-1889, 89M03,Library Special Collections and Archives, Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort.
2 boxes, 1 c.f.
The Lyceum was a literary society in Frankfort during the late nineteenth century. It is considered an antecedent of the revived Kentucky Historical Society and many of the group's members later were Society members or staff.
This collection contains copies of the newsletter or other papers of the Frankfort Lyceum. These manuscripts contain essays and poetry submitted by the editors and/or club members.
Variant Name: Variant names for the papers were the LYCEUM CHRONICLE, the CASTALIAN CHRONICLE, and FRANKFORT LYCEUM CHRONICLE. Jennie Chinn Morton was the editor for most of the issues. Other editors named are J. Roland Day, May Gibbons, Sallie Jackson, J. Stoddard Johnston, Julia W. Rodman, Mrs. Thomas Rodman, Sr., Willoughby Rodman, Henry T. Stanton, and Ada S. Wilmore.
Materials Form: Newsletters or literary manuscripts
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