April 16, 1926

Fri., 16  We pick up & sweep & dust. A small bevy of ladies come for a party for Anna. Among them is Mildred Griffis, her baby & step daughter, Ruth, who is an Indian princess & very nice looking. The girls serve fruit salad, sandwiches & cocoa. I have a heart attack & escape into Ruth’s room. Come down for a little supper & go to bed. I am sorry to wind up the party this way. Snow storm & some rain. Letter from Gertrude.

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2 Responses to April 16, 1926

  1. Roseann Johnson says:

    Is she referring to an Abenaki princess?

    Sent from my iPhone


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