March 4, 1926

Thurs., 4  A good day but cold. Dumas washes & the clothes get dry. I tie off the comforter & she clears out the dining room. Ryan brings a stove for Grace’s room & takes away the old one, which was the “pot-stove” with a record. It has been set up in the bath room, in Helen’s room, in the honey room. Taken to the Lake, to St. Albans & belonged to Tuttle before we had it.

 

There is still a plumbing and heating business in Vergennes run by Ryans. 

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