Credit goes to these
of Frederick William Hurst:
Samuel H Hurst (a grandson)
In 1961 Samuel and his wife Ida finished the tremendous project of typing up the diary of Frederick William Hurst and getting it produced in book format.
Joyce Holt (a great-great-granddaughter)
Joyce retyped the diary of Frederick William Hurst in electronic format, created this web site, produced the book in trade paperback and Kindle ebook formats, and produced the book of Hurst's artwork, for which she also wrote supplementary material.
Sharon Butler (a great-great-great-granddaughter)
For one of her Laurel Projects, Sharon created a detailed index of Frederick William Hurst's diary. Joyce referred to Sharon's index to quickly assemble links in this website.
Jon provided scans of 50 sketches in in Frederick William Hurst's sketchbook (1875 to 1876)
Erica provided a scan of one of Frederick William Hurst's paintings.
DeRoy provided a scan of one of Frederick William Hurst's paintings.
Cynthia Hendrix White
Cynthia provided scans of portraits of several of his wife's ancestors.
Frederick William Hurst's diary
on Amazon.com in two formats:
... or download as a MS Word 2003 document (yes, an ancient format, almost as old as papyrus...)