Location: Stacks, File Cabinet 4
Anne True Honeycutt is the great niece of Martha Young and great-great niece of Julia Strudwick Tutwiler. This collection was given to Julia Tutwiler Library by Nan Tutwiler Young Schaeffer Graham, the great niece of Martha Young and great-great niece of Julia Strudwick Tutwiler.
This collection contains articles, clippings, stories, and memorabilia related to three prominent members from the University: Julia S. Tutwiler, Martha Young, and E. A. Young.
Folder 1: Writings of Martha Young
"The Pearl of Great Price" by Martha Young
"Just Why" by Martha Young
Copy of a "Progress" notebook, with writings by Martha Young.
Collection of writings entitles "The Letters He Never Read". Appears to be by Martha Young.
50 short poems written by Martha Young
Poem -" "The Strangeness of it" by Martha Young
Story, "A North Carolina Heroine", signed and renamed "? ? Punch Excelsior Classics, Bowl" Half-Forgotten Stories of America, D.H. Knowlton & Co publishers, Farmington Maine.
Two pages, written by Martha Young, beginning "I must write something about Marion Kerby; for whom I still have an affection:"
Entry for Biographies of Alabama Authors by Mailande Cheney Sledgem, sent in 5-12-97. Young, Martha Strudwick (1862-1941) ("Eli Shepperd"), Works by Martha Young. (2 copies)
Folder 2: Performances and Appearances of Martha Young
Flyer for Recital, Miss Martha Young, reading works, November 15th, 1906, Astor Gallery, Waldorf Astoria, 34th street and Fifth Avenue w/picture.
Manhattan State Hospital, West, Author's Readings by Miss Martha Young, May 11th, 1904.
Folder 3: Program of Installation, Alabama Women's Hall of Fame, October 16, 1986, Judson College, Marion, Alabama. Induction and unveiling of memorial plaques for Chamintney Stovall Thomas and Martha Strudwick Young. (2 copies)