From the Introduction: "The diaries, letters, reminiscences, and memories presented in this publication are themselves a time capsule, preserving for its readers what Kansas teenagers thought and did in the first decades of the twentieth century. The impact of technological and shifting social attitudes in Kansas's post-settlement, post-Victorian decades was recorded, unconsciously, by teenagers. They tell us about their world, and in that telling, we see a reflection of the early twentieth century. It is a view worth considering."
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