Category Archives: Ruth Fisher

November 13, 1932

Sun., 13  Get a sermon from Schenectady. Have an easy day. Put dinner on the kitchen table. Grace attends church. Karl, Henrietta & Warner come in on their way home. Have supper on the kitchen table. They bring news of … Continue reading

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October 20, 1032

Thurs., 20  Morning devotions. Make a custard pie. Look over chapter history. Dumas hangs the clothes & irons most of them. Karl & Henrietta come to dinner. After, Grace, Henrietta & I go down with Tuttle to the D.A.R. meeting … 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 27, 1932

Thurs., 27  Get the morning devotions from N.Y. at 8 o’clock. Make a custard pie & spoil it in baking. Dumas washes & the clothes get nearly dry, even tho it is cold, raw and some rain. We do not … Continue reading

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September 13, 1932

Tues., 13  Morning devotions. A beautiful day. Dumas washes & clothes dry fine. An unfavorable report from Dr. Dolloff on Ruth’s condition. Grace & I go to the Town Hall & vote. Stanley Wilson for Governor, William Wills for Lieut. … Continue reading

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August 24, 1932

Wed., 24  Morning devotions. Ben comes at 8 o-clock to go to Concord. Helen goes with him & Grace puts up lunch. I make 2 blackberry pies, rather good. Ben & Helen get back to-night. Ruth seems not so well … Continue reading

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August 4, 1932

Thurs., 4  Morning devotions. Clean and white! Clean and white! This page is until I mark it. When the page is left white When the page is left blank I shall be gone (sic). a very nice summer day. Grace … Continue reading

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