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Van Wormer (Clara) Diary
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Diary of Clara G. Van Wormer, a Northern California woman who worked for famed horticulturalist Luther Burbank in the early 20th century, and who records a trip to the Pacific Northwest.
Clara G. Van Wormer (1889-1983) was born in West Salem, Wisconsin. Her father, Clement Van Wormer, was an attorney and real estate agent, and around 1902 the family moved to Santa Rosa, California. The Van Wormers knew horticulturalist Luther Burbank, and Clement introduced his daughter to him.
1 volume [43] pages in a ruled notebook, plus two small photographs. 12mo. Limp black textured split-grain leather, a.e.g.
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Collection is open for research.