|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Phillips, Fanny Y., 1885-1976.|
|Title:||Fanny Phillips letters|
|Extent:||0.2 cubic feet (4 folders)|
Fanny Y. Phillips (1885-1976) was a native of Savannah and a 1907 graduate of Vassar College. She taught at the Pape School for many years. She lived at 321 Abercorn with her sisters Georgiana, Henrietta, and Daisy. They then moved to 218 Taylor St. Miss Phillips died June 20, 1976 at age 91.
This collection contains letters Fanny Phillips wrote while traveling in England and France in the summer of 1910 to her sisters at home in Savannah. While in London she visits with Juliette Gordon (Daisy) Low. She goes to Paris with the American Art Students Club. It is uncertain whether she was just traveling or studying abroad. She discusses where she goes sightseeing and her impressions of the trip.
Held previously be the Juliette Gordon Low National Center.
[item identification], Fanny Phillips letters, MS 2218, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of the Juliette Gordon Low National Center, 1983.
Collection is open for research.
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|Folder 1, June 1910|
|Folder 2, July 1910|
|Folder 3, August 1910|
|Folder 4, August - September, 1910|
|This folder contains letters from August 21 - September, 1910 and 2 undated letters.|