The Archive has six diaries or notebooks of trips that Marjorie Franklin took between 1903, when she was 16, and 1915, when she was 27 and a medical student. The latter recorded her medical service in France in the early stages of World War I, an experience which may have contributed to her decision to specialise in psychological medicine and ultimately to train in psychoanalysis.
PP/MEF 1 NOTEBOOKS
/1 "A Short Trip Taken in Yorkshire by Mrs. E.L. Franklin, Sydney E. Franklin and Marjorie E. Franklin Sept 14th - 18th 1903"
/2 "Diary of First Visit to Italy December 27th 1906-Jan 10th 1907"
/3 "Diary of 3rd Visit to Italy (MEF SEF OMF) Dec 20th 1908"
/4 "Fourth Visit to Italy Second Visit to Florence and First to Siena March 22nd 1910. MEF and GMEF for fuller account see First Diary, 1907"
/5 "M E Franklin. Tour in France with GMEF August 27th - Sept 1913"
/6 France 12.11.1914-1.3.1915. Marjorie Franklin