April 26, 1926

Mon., 26   Cool wind. Cut a gingham dress of two colors. I do not mind if it is a dress.  Tuttle goes to Bristol, the first time since last fall.  Sew all the time I get. Letter from Ruth. Send the letters & Ben’s papers at noon. Write Berenice Tuttle, thanking her for the invitation to the Federated Club Banquet to-morrow, which I cannot attend. Have a fine letter from Arthur Peach & a good one from Henry M. Robinson, editor of Contemporary Verse. Feel very much elated for the encouraging things they said.

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