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- 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
Category Archives: Frank Tuttle
Tues., 18 Morning devotions. Dumas washes but cannot hang the clothes as it rains all day. Have a choking spell at noon. How can I avoid them? Penwomen meet with Mrs. Carrol Langdon. An enthusiastic meeting, very nice refreshments. Mr. … Continue reading
Sat., 8 Morning devotions spoiled by static. A cool day. Make one apple pie. Try to clear out the dining room. Fish chowder for dinner. Mrs. Tinkam & her mother Mrs. Richmond call just as we get ready to go … Continue reading
Wed., 5 Morning devotions interrupted by static. Rain all day. Tuttle still under the weather. Make two prune pies. Get dinner. Helen irons & I finish it while she gets her after dinner nap. Grace goes down town. I write … Continue reading
Mon. 3 Morning devotions, imperfect, from N.Y. Letter from Elizabeth Davenport about Ruth, who claimed her as her mother. Tuttle tells me things I did not know, and the children did know and kept from me, regarding Ruth’s journey into … Continue reading
Fri., 30 Morning devotions injured by static. A heavy frost last night our hardest one. Cool. Alvin comes on as we are picking up the supper table. Tuttle feeling very miserable.
Wed., 21 No devotions. Make a Florentine pudding for dinner. Grace comes just as we get thru. Do a little more stocking mending. Letter from Gertrude. Tuttle gets a bushel of McIntosh apples of the Loomis estate.