• Januray 1870
  • Final entry, as much of the diary, is in Greek
  • Note before taking the bar exam
  • Reference to the "Blues"

Diary

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This is the last entry from William Viers Bouic's (my Great Great Grandfather) law school diary. He wrote in it from 1867-1870. If you look at the original size version it's legible and an interesting read.

calypso_dayz, pessimesempio, vnsipped, and 63 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. gwennaliann 82 months ago | reply

    It is quite moving to see that picture, this wonderful old handwriting on those yellish pages ... I love it.

  2. seventyfirststreet 69 months ago | reply

    what an interesting journal...so old!

  3. Jollyman 60 months ago | reply

    I saw this photo on lifehacker, and as a law student in the midst of my first year finals was greatly intrigued. I am also a preacher, and couldn't help but appreciate the deep sense of theology your ancestor wrote from. Thanks for sharing.

  4. w|m [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

    Brilliant last line; "strange. how very strange!!" Just what I thought looking at those Greek characters.

  5. peat_10 55 months ago | reply

    Hey, I produce a web video show called The College Buzz for Bellarmine University. I may use your photo in an upcoming episode. I will be sure to give you a photo credit. Thanks!

  6. Barnaby 55 months ago | reply

    Sure, it's available under the Creative Commons Attributions license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en

  7. salbug00 49 months ago | reply

    What a wonderful treasure to have! Great photo.

  8. kraken_tesla 48 months ago | reply

    so cool! amazing lettering!

  9. Peter Kofler 33 months ago | reply

    Thank you for this great picture (and thank you for licensing this CC). I used it in a post about Diaries of a New Employment in my personal, non commercial Code Cop blog. It was the perfect picture for the subject of a diary. Thanks again.

  10. blog.volgyiattila.hu 27 months ago | reply

    Thanks for sharing this photo I used it on my blog as an illustration (credit and link given of course).
    blog.volgyiattila.hu/2009/01/20/kedves-naplom/

  11. The Story of Rei 5 months ago | reply

    Thanks for making this available to use through creative commons! I used it in my blog post today (credited & linked back):

    Friday Fascinations: A Sneak Peek Inside My Diary thestoryofrei.wordpress.com/2013/11/15/deardiary/

    Thanks again!

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