Sister Hughetta Snowden Reminiscence

Title

Sister Hughetta Snowden Reminiscence

Subject

Sister Hughetta's Correspondences

Description

This document comes from the Sister Hughetta Snowden Reminiscence folder in the Special Collections of the University of Memphis. The folder contains undated correspondences from Sister Hughetta. These were held by the Episcopal Archives in Sewanee, Tennessee. In this letter, she discussed the need for the Sisters to have their own home apart from the chapel. She refers to this as a "Sisters' Home". This way the women could have more privacy to help live out their religious lives the way that they should. This is the only part from the letter that is included in our essay over religion. Not only did she ask about a home for the Sisters, but she also described how the church needed a big chapel to praise and worship God in.

Creator

Gerald Chaudron

Source

MSS 54 - 137

Publisher

The University of Memphis Libraries

Date

December 2014

Contributor

Dr. Franklin Wright

Rights

Digital Image © 2016, University of Memphis Libraries Preservation and Special Collections Department. All rights reserved.

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Citation

Gerald Chaudron, “Sister Hughetta Snowden Reminiscence,” Making an Impact: The Lives of Tennessee Women, accessed July 21, 2018, https://umhist4851.omeka.net/items/show/156.