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MSS 00024 Guide to the Juanita Stott Diary of a European Trip, 1954
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The Juanita Stott Diary of a European Trip contains a single diary of Stott's day-to-day activities on an eight week trip taken from April 1954 to May 1954. She traveled to Europe with a tour group predominantly from North Carolina and Virginia. Destinations included New York, Paris, Brussels, The Hague, Amsterdam, Cologne, Frankfort, Zurich, Venice, Florence, Rome, Lyon, Chartres, Versailles, London, Oxford, Edinburgh, Ireland, and Wales. The Chartres section contains a poem by Susan Inmon about the group on the tour.
Juanita Stott worked in the Registrar's Office at North Carolina State College (later North Carolina State University) from 1935 to 1968.
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