Fri., 13 Morning devotions. Another summer-like day. Henrietta comes to dinner. Takes me out to the Middlebury district where I used to live. The cedars Mother & Father set out are still there. The willows Uncle William set out, one over at our place, the other at Grandfather’s, are still there. Very old but still sturdy. Not very good news from N.Y., and we who care most, are helpless to do a thing.
- From the H. Sheldon Museum
- From the Vergennes Historical Society
- apples baths berrying boats books Burlington calls canning church church fundraiser churning clothes comforter making comings and goings Cottage at the Lake D.A.R. DAR devotions down town Dr. London treatments entertainment fancywork feelings firewood fishing food Forest and Field Club garden Grace's flowers haying heart attack housework ironing Kate Dalrymple letters mending mockingbird money Mrs. Muellier treatment Mt. Mansfield mysteries Naptha launch obituaries obituary packages POETRY radio radio sermon rest ride Ruth's illness school sewing shopping sickness snow social events sorting papers Spring cleaning St. Albans Sunday dinner Sunday drive the Bulletin the farm tired! train Tuttle Tuttle's car typing washing weather wild food Wilma writing writing town records