This collection consists of storybooks that were written in 1910-1911. They appear to be written by a child and the initials on the books (H.M.) may indicate that the author is Herman Roscce Miller who lived at 220 West 16th Street in Holland, Michigan. These stories are mostly about the adventures of a group of children and a person named Slamaway. They indicate the culture of the period and how children interacted. Of interest in one these stories are references to African-Americans, hunting, and football (Culver College).
Repository citation: Hope College, "H03-1514. Dykstra, Keith. Papers, 1910-1911, n.d. 1.00 linear ft." (2012). Collection Registers and Abstracts. Paper 326.
September 18, 2012.