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June 18, 1937

Fri., 18   Morning devotions. I have a nice nap after my bath—Henrietta comes and I say “Dam the Bed Pan.”  Rain. Advertisements

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June 9, 1937

Wed., 9   Morning devotions. A good night. Henrietta comes. A beautiful June day. I get my Wednesday morning bath.

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February 22, 1937

Mon., 22   Morning devotions. Static bad. Grace reads & Helen reads. Get a bath. Grace has a 9 o’clock supper(?) This is a holiday. Helen reads & writes & I get along famously. Send check & Enterprise for Hattie.

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January 4, 1937

Mon., 4  Morning devotions. Dried beef & white sauce for dinner. Helen writes for me to Mrs. Van der Hought, N.J.  Bath night. Grace goes to a Movie. I do not get to sleep until late.

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July 11, 1932

Mon., 11  Morning devotions.  Get a bath, which doesn’t happen every morning. Two books come for Ruth from the Markhams, father & son. Pick and “look over” a few currants, get dinner, etc.  After dinner, Wilma & Shirley go out … Continue reading

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May 6, 1929

Mon., 6  Morning devotions. A pale sunlight which lasts all day. Do the housework. Grace busy & no Howard. She goes after dinner to Middlebury, carrying bulbs, etc., to the Chapmans.  Tuttle takes her to the Station & I ride … Continue reading

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March 5, 1929

Tues., 5   Election Day but I voted an absent member ticket. Rain all day, which turns to snow. Dumas doing the work & sweeping rooms. Grace goes down to vote after dinner, and to the “As You Like It” after … Continue reading

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