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Collection Title:McLean, Mrs. Keith Dockery Collection

Collection Number:M190 / 2005.15 / 2007.35

Dates: Inclusive1888 - 2002

Bulk1888 - 2002

Volume:.05 Cubic Feet

Processor:W. Ray

Content and Scope

Keith Frazier Somerville, born in 1887, was the mother of Keith Dockery McLean.  Mrs. Somerville has documented much of her life with a manuscript written to her grand daughter.  Her father was Governor of Tennessee.  From 1943 until 1945 she wrote a bi-monthly newspaper column in The Bolivar Commercial, Cleveland, Mississippi entitled “Dear Boys” which was her way of showing support to the service men from the home front.  The collection contains other random papers that speak on a variety of topics and included miscellaneous correspondence and two photos.

Box / Folder

11Keith Frazier Somerville At War and Peace

12“Dear Boys”

13“Random Thoughts”

14“Random Thoughts”

15“Thinking Back”

16Morello, Karen - NY Attorney

17Scott, Anne Firor

18Two photos:  Delta Sunsets

1Unfoldered

Plaque to Mrs. Keith Frazier Somerville from Survivors of the U.S. Armored   

Cruiser, Memphis, TN Presented 29 August 1964

Two color photos of Sunflower River at sunset

Book: Wandered from the Delta by Keith Dockery McLean (shelf in reading room)

McLean, Mrs. Keith DockeryM190    Revised 5.7.071

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