Category Archives: Frank Tuttle

October 18, 1932

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

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October 8, 1932

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

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October 5, 1932

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

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October 3, 1932

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

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September 30, 1932

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.

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September 21, 1932

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.

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September 20, 1932

Tues., 20  No morning devotions. A nice day. Dumas washes. Mrs. Arms comes for Helen at 9 A.M.  She goes to Burlington. Tuttle takes Grace & me to Middlebury after dinner. Grace stays & we come home via Quaker Village. … Continue reading

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