March 26, 1929

Tues., 26  Roll of papers from Mrs. Payne. Morning devotions. Dumas washes & the clothes dry. I get dinner. Do part of the ironing. Grace walks down & back afternoon & Tuttle takes her after supper to Mrs. Brown’s & “The As You Like It.” This is their last meeting. Have a heart attack but it leaves me & I get to bed. Did not sleep last night. Letter from Caroline. Vermonter which contains “The Bookshelf” by Arthur Peach. I find a quotation he asks for in “Uncle Lisher’s Shop” and send him the answer. Henrietta is shut in with a bad road.

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