Category Archives: From the H. Sheldon Museum

September 19, 1937

Sun., 19  Rainy day. Poor preacher on the air.     This is the last entry in Ella Fisher’s diaries. Ella Warner Fisher died October 11 at the age of 84.   I’ll be posting the rest of the poems … Continue reading

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September 18, 1937

Sat., 18  Dr. Phelps calls in p.m.  Sarah Cotey sews for Grace in p.m. She lifts me. Helen reads to me in p.m.

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September 17, 1937

Fri., 17  Sarah Cotey comes in p.m. to stay with me while my nurse sleeps. She reads “The Story of the Bible” to me.

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September 16, 1937–no entry

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September 15, 1937–no entry

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September 14, 1937

Tues., 14  Letter from Anna. Henrietta comes. Cold rain.

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September 13, 1937

Mon., 13   Devotions. Rain.

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