July 25, 1932

Mon., 25  Morning devotions. Sunshine. Warm. The house is very lonely. I guess it’s got inside, for I’m not feeling good. Henrietta comes to supper. Grace comes on the bus that runs from N.Y. to Montreal. I write the slippery “Author’s Aid” of Mrs. Barnard & H.G. Parkhurst of the Tuttle Co.

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