Jacob Schneck 1904 Travel Diary and Scrapbook | Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center
Travel diary for 1904 railroad excursion to the western United States, compiled by Jacob Schneck, physician and botanist from Mount Carmel, Illinois. Diary measures 6 3/4 by 4 inches and includes 23 pp. of narrative focusing on terrain and flora and 38 pp. of postcards and other illustrations depicting mostly Colorado scenes.
Letter dated June 6, 1904, from Houstoun R. Harper, Publicity Bureau, Piedmont Hotel, Atlanta, to Schneck, conveying a clipping from the Atlanta Constitution. On Piedmont Hotel stationery with envelope and insert advertising "Stop-over Privileges" for travelers to the World's Fair in St. Louis.
Unidentified newspaper clipping quoting Schneck on Georgia flora.
Clipping: C. W. Hargens, M.D., "Hot Springs, S. Dak., as a Health Resort," Medical Record, June 12, 1897, pp. 838-39.