About the author: Jessie Anglum. The Schlesinger Library of the Radcliffe Institute summarizes her life as follows:
Jessie Anglum probably grew up on a farm near Belmont, N.Y. She married Daniel F. Anglum, a captain in the U.S. Army. She traveled in the Far East and her husband was stationed for a time in the Philippines.
About the diary: Digitized and made available online as Jessie Anglum Diary, 1901-1902. A/A591. Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., and included in the National History Day 2015 – 2016: Travel page of that institution:
The [Anglum] collection consists of one volume detailing Anglum’s travels in Japan, China, and the Philippines.
The Philippine Diary Project includes the portion of her diary relevant to the Philippines, from her departure from Hong Kong to Manila from July 25, 1901, (seg. 8) to November 21, 1901 (departure from Manila).