March 1, 1932

Tues., 1  Morning devotions. Storm of winter snow. With the boiler on the stove & the soiled clothes on the kitchen  (sic) Dumas decides not to come. Letters from Ruth, Helen, Mrs. Laughton & the editor of “Verse Craft.” I retype the poem he returned to me & send it back to him. Mend stockings. Grace attends the “As-You-Like-It” in the evening. Go to the Hall & vote after dinner, which took about 15 minutes. A raw wind blowing from the north. Charles Augustus Lindbergh, son of the flier, kidnapped to-day.

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