March 15, 1932

Tues., 15  Morning devotions. A bitter wind blowing after a cold night, remembering there is no snow.  Three books & poems on “Trees” from the Banner Press at Atlanta, Ga. & a letter from the editor of VerseCraft. Letters from Helen & Mrs. Susan Parker. The mockingbird is still here. The wind makes havoc with the clothes. Betwixt Dumas & the wind I’ve quite a little mending to do.

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