January 7, 1929

Mon., 7   A gray morning. After breakfast in bed I dress & come down stairs. Not very strong. Write last night a poem for Driftwind. Write letters to-day to Anna & Ruth. Get one from Ruth. Have two naps during the day. Grace has two callers, Mrs. Belle Clark & Mrs. Will Jackman. Write to Belle Brown. Fix some arsenic for the rats. They are thick in the celler. Letter from Mrs. Ferris.

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2 Responses to January 7, 1929

  1. Roseann Johnson says:

    Hi Mary, When did it go from 1926 to 1929? I missed that. Thanks, RoseAnn Johnson

    Sent from my iPad


    • There are no diaries from 1927 and 1928 in the Sheldon’s Research Center, and as far as I know, they haven’t surfaced elsewhere. It’s too bad, since Ella’s take on the 1927 floor would have been interesting.


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