Category Archives: Hattie Newman Fisher

DECEMBER 10, 1933

Sun., 10   A cold night. The sun comes out & shines on the beautiful frosted sitting-room window. Ruth does most of the work. Grace attend (sic) church & S.S. Goes down at night with Mr. Day. I write Hattie, … Continue reading

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November 19, 1933

Sun., 19   No devotions, just the Fosdick sermon at night. A very clear, beautiful morning, quite cool. Clouds afternoon. The Binghams brought Grace home & took her to church with the daughter Jessica, after which they bring her home. … Continue reading

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November 14, 1933

Tues., 14   Morning devotions. A day of wind & snow. Dumas washing windows & wiping chamber floors. Mrs. Bingham, daughter & Maid Anne call. They are very pleasant to meet. Mend stockings. New ones come from Sears & Roebuck. … Continue reading

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November 5, 1933

Sun., 5   Cold north wind. Sky clear & sun shining diversified with with (sic) clouds. Good fires in the house. Read the papers. Write Ben, Hattie, Helen, Anna & Mrs. Witherell. A letter from Shirley Farr, in answer to … Continue reading

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November 1, 1933

Wed., 1   Morning devotions. Henrietta comes to dinner & walks home. Letter from Hattie and “The Tryout.” Grace gets home to dinner. Mr. Conant of New Haven (Alice Langdon’s father) is dead. Mend a little & turn & fold … Continue reading

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October 13, 1933

Fri., 13   Morning devotions with detonations like thunder. A cool day. Get dinner but have a very quiet day. Helena, Mae-Frances & Mary Furgeson (sic) call. They tell me Sister Helen is in Mary Fletcher. Write Ben & Helen. … Continue reading

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October 4, 1933

Wed., 4   Morning devotions. Make a lemon pie for dinner. This is rather a sad day. Mend all the time I get and work on crotchet in the evening. Letters from Sister Helen & Hattie.

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