Throwback Thursday: Bonnell Souder’s Travels

Willennar Genealogy Center’s collection is full of Throwback Thursday potential, so let’s get our #TBT on!

If you’ve been following along this month, you’ll know we’ve been doing a special #TBT series for March, which is Women’s History Month. But if you’ve missed our previous three posts, don’t worry! You can catch up here.

Today we’re sharing a little bit of the travel experience of Dr. Bonnell Souder, who was not only known for her specialties in allergies and maternity care, but was an avid traveler.  Below is a sampling of photographs and other items, gathered from some of her photo albums and scrapbooks, showing images from her trips in Europe, South America, and the western United States.

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You can also stop by the Willennar Genealogy Center to see our display on Dr. Souder.

Want to see more? Search our online photo database, check out the Genealogy Center’s official Facebook page, or read some of our posts on DeKalb County women such as Vesta Swarts, Lida Leasure, and Jane Brooks Hine


About Chelsea

I've been working at Willennar Genealogy Center for over two years now, and I've loved every minute of getting to learn more about the stories of DeKalb County and the surrounding area. I'm interested in all kinds of history, but I'm especially fond of the early film industry, old letters and journals, the DeKalb County Fair, and the Interurban line.
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