Category Archives: From the H. Sheldon Museum

December 17, 1932

Sat., 17   A cold morning. 15 below. Dumas does the work. I make a small custard pie for dinner & a cherry pie for to-morrow. Keep about & think I have a fairly good day. I am listening to … Continue reading

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December 16, 1932

Fri., 16    Morning devotions injured by static. O, my poor, poor Boy! Just to see you once more!  Letters from Pruden, card from Miss Miles. Do a little mending.

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December 15, 1932

Thurs., 15   Morning devotions. Not a very good night as my cough bothers me. Henrietta comes to dinner & Tuttle & I take her home. Wind north & growing cold. Oh, how heavy my heart is! Write Lou.

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December 14, 1932

Wed., 14    Morning devotions almost drowned with static. Talk with Henrietta.  She has the program for the Mission meeting this afternoon at Gussie Norton’s. Grace & I do not go. She is too busy with Christmas work and I … Continue reading

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December 13, 1932

Tues., 13   Morning devotions. Dumas doing the regular work & finishing up dusty chambers & stairways. A raw south wind. Letters from Helen & Hattie. I write Helen & some notes to sympathizing friends. Made some lemon-verbena bags. Give one … Continue reading

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December 12, 1932

Mon., 12    Morning devotions. Sorting papers & writing notes. Get dinner & washing dishes. George Torry ill with Grip. His brother comes in his place. My poor, poor Boy! Have I seen you for the last time on earth? … Continue reading

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December 11, 1932

Sun., 11  Get part of a good sermon from Montreal. Cold. The air full of snow. Inertia is what ails me to-day. Get dinner. Karl, Warner & Henrietta come to dinner. Inertia, or being in a rut & satisfied to … Continue reading

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