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Lynde, Hattie C. M.


Hattie C. M. Lynde lived in Minnesota in the early 20th century. In 1905, she was a resident of Northfield, Minnesota and in 1918, she was a resident of Parkers Prairie, Otter County, Minnesota and Waubun, Minnesota. She was the daughter of Henry H. Sprague and Martha M. Marsh according to her Daughters of the American Revolution application. She was the wife of Dr. Cornelius V. Lynde, a homeopathic physician, and they had a son Kenneth.

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Hattie Lynde Papers

 Collection — Box: MISC-09, Folder: MSS-0074
Identifier: MSS-0074
Content Description The papers of Hattie Lynde of Parkers Prairie and Waubun, Minnesota include a diary she kept in 1918, two postcards mailed to her husband Cornelisu V. Lynde while she was traveling with their son Kenneth in the western U.S., and an application to join the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1905. Lynde's diary shares her daily life including moving to a new town as well as life in a doctor's household during the 1918 Influenza Pandemic (referred to as the Spanish Influenza) and her take...