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Freddie Lynn Bass Collection

 Collection
Identifier: M190

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of the original black ink drawings and text of a booklet entitled "Common Herbs in Colonial Gardens," which was prepared and published by the Ensign John Sheldon Chapter of the Colonial Dames as a chapter project. Freddie Lynn Bass researched and wrote the text in addition to drawing the illustrations. The booklet contains information about the history and usage of forty herbs during and prior to the American Colonial period. In addition, twelve recipes using these herbs are included.

Dates

  • 1980

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Noncirculating; available for research.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright for this item, in so far as she may possess it, has been dedicated to the University of Southern Mississippi by the author and illustrator, Freddie Lynn Bass.

Biographical / Historical

Freddie Lynn Bass was born on September 29, 1949, in Pasadena, Texas. She attended the public schools there until the family moved to Prentiss, Mississippi, when she was in her teens. She graduated from Prentiss High School with honors and attended Pearl River Junior College where she also graduated with honors in drafting. Since then she has been employed by the Mississippi Highway Department as a draftsman. In addition to her interests in herbs and drawing, she has a wide range of other interests such as archaeology, botany, and Arthurian history. She is presently working on an illustrated children's book on mythological creatures.

Extent

1 Folder (1 volume (49 leaves) )

Language of Materials

English

Abstract

Original drawings and text for booklet Common Herbs in Colonial Gardens.

Provenance

Provenance: Given to the University of Southern Mississippi in July 1981 by the author and illustrator, Freddie Lynn Bass.
Title
Freddie Lynn Bass Collection
Status
Completed
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Historical Manuscripts and Photographs Repository

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