Albee describes her daily activities, including printmaking projects, housework, and the activities of her sons; outlines her symptoms from an illness and recovery from an operation; and notes major news events such as the Apollo 11 moon landing. A few pages are illustrated, and some have items pasted in such as newspaper clippings and one proof of a bookplate for her son William and another for her son Nathaniel.
Grace Albee diary, 1969. Grace Albee papers, 1890-1971. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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