Power, Camille Barnett, 1900-1992.
- Papers, 1863-1984.
- ca. 2 ft.
- Professor of foreign languages, Boise Junior College.
- Chiefly photocopies
- Finding aid online
Correspondence (1924-1980), diaries (1911-1923), travel journals, essays, family papers, teaching material, photos, and other papers. Diaries cover Power's childhood in Cody, Wyoming, and Monmouth, Illinois, and student life at Millikin University (Decatur, Ill.). Later papers relate to Power's study in France (1930-1931), teaching career at Boise Junior College (1936-1967), and her interest in the French language, Basque culture, and the history of Boise State University. Family paper include papers of Power's grandfather, Charles Victory Rockwell (1833-1888), and mother, Estella Rockwell Barnett (b. 1872). Correspondents include Jon Bilbao and Martin de Ugalde.
Photocopies of original diaries, correspondence, and family papers in possession of the Power family.
Gift of Camille Power, 1984