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In March 1912, the Clive Owen family fled Mexico in the aftermath of the Revolution of 1910 to San Antonio, Texas. This collection tells of their departure and subsequent relocations to Anaheim; Boyero, Lincoln County, Colorado; and eventually Ottawa, Kansas and is comprised mostly of the diaries of matriarch Mabel Lucy Kelsey Owen, as well as letters, interviews, and interjections from Paul C. Owen, son of Mabel and Clive and self-titled editor of the collection.
The Hilda Enoch papers are those of long-time Lawrence, Kansas resident who was a member and officer of the Kaw Valley Chapter of the Older Women's League (or O.W.L.) and an active community participant.
Jacob Enoch was a professor of physics at the University of Kansas from 1962 to his retirement in 1992. The collection includes Enoch's notes and papers from his time studying at the University of Wisconsin in the 1950s, materials from his teaching at the University of Kansas, and many published articles co-authored by Enoch in scientific journals. It also includes cassette tapes of recordings of Grace and Carl Preyer relating their family history.