This two-volume abridgement of the original 155-volume diary is a case history of an inveterately bigoted, deeply troubled man, the story of a transplanted, self-conscious Southerner obsessed with his ancestors, family, and friends, which in its entirety, is a unique social history of AmericaMr. Hugh T. Inman was about the only real friend we had in Atlanta. He was a wonderful man, so kind and good. ... After which I got the job of interior decorator of the Sheparda#39;s Stores down on Tremont Street. I was made hostess for the store .
|Title||:||The Inman Diary|
|Author||:||Arthur C. Inman|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 1985-01-01|