Ann Cunningham Smith's grandmother, Alice M. Foster, was a Pasadena resident who corresponded with writer Juanita Harrison
known for her autobiography
My Great, Wide, Beautiful World (1936). The collection includes letters from Harrison to Foster, clippings, a lap desk and materials related to a 1936 exhibit
on Harrison's book at the Los Angeles based Vernon Library.
Alice M. Foster was a resident of Pasadena who corresponded with Juanita Harrison, known for her only published work, My Great, Wide, Beautiful World (1936). Foster helped Harrison secure a passport in 1927 after which Harrison, then only 16 years of age, traveled the world
for the next decade. Harrison documented her experiences visiting 22 countries which eventually were published as a book.
Selections also appeared in the Atlantic Monthly. Some of the content was based on letters Harrison penned to Foster. Foster helped contribute materials related to Juanita
Harrison to the Vernon Branch Library which organized an exhibit on the author in 1936 and received recognition for her involvement
from librarian Miriam Matthews.
1 oversize flat box
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