February 1, 1932

Mon., Feb. 1  Morning devotions.  A cold night. The bird stays on the porch rail a lot to-day. Grace attends the Forest & Field Club. I make the 3d apron. My poem “Any President” in Rutland Herald. Read “The Hermit of Honey Hill,” Ruth’s gift for my birthday. It is interesting.

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