7.5 linear inches
The papers (donor no. 803) were donated by Mary Stuart Clark in 2001.
The papers are open for research.
Copyright held by the donor has been retained.
Emily Broeckling, 2003 [Pierce-Stuart Family.doc] .
Janet Weaver, 2003.
Stuart, contractor, and Helen Kathryn Pierce, schoolteacher, both natives of
Mary Ann Stuart, born in 1918, married Kelley
Winston Clark in 1940. Mary Stuart Clark
inherited the diaries of her grandmother Mary Catherine Speece
Pierce. In addition,
Scope and Content Note
The Pierce-Stuart» Family papers date from 1927» to 1989 and measure 7.5 linear inches.
The collection includes a series of diaries written by Mary Catherine Speece Pierce from 1927-1947, which are primarily about
Dallner-Peterson Family Papers
The Dallner-Peterson family is associated with the Pierce-Stuart family through the friendship of Mary Stuart Clark and Pauline Dallner.
Box no. Description
Biographical sketch of Mary Catherine Speece Pierce by Mary Stuart
Diaries of Mary Catherine Speece Pierce
1927-1938 (4 folders)
Genealogies compiled by Martha Stuart Helligso
“Captain Michael Pierce, Including One Line of Descent,” 1981
“A Tale of John Mason, Including One Line of Descent,” 1982
“George Mason, Including One Line of Descent,” 1983
“John Deming of Wethersfield, Connecticut, Including One Line
of Descent,” 1985
Memoir by Mary Stuart Clark
“Who Am I, Anyway?” 1989