April 15, 1932

Fri., 15  Morning devotions.  Do the morning work & get dinner. My mocking-bird has surely gone. I have not seen him to-day. Return poems to Wightman F. Melton. Type a few for the book. Not feeling well. Grace goes down to the last Botany meeting. Miss Kitridge is going away. Letter from Gertrude.

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