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February 12, 1932

Fri., 12  Morning devotions. A gorgeous day.  Make an apple pie, do the morning work and get dinner. Tuttle goes to Midd (sic) & takes me along. I am parked in the sunshine where I can watch the traffic which … Continue reading

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October 16, 1929 and “Call of the Hills”

Wed., 16  Morning devotions.  Make a custard pie & get dinner. Will & Sarah Cotey come to dinner. Have a poem, “Call of the Hills” in “The Vermonter,” another “The Sabbath Day” in the Free Press.  Manley Marshall comes for … Continue reading

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August 26, 1929 & “The Champlain Bridge”

  Mon., 26  This is the day of the Champlain Bridge opening to traffic. A hot day. No morning devotions. Mrs. Muellier comes to give Helen a treatment. Ruth, Grace & I go down in Tuttle’s (sic). We see the … Continue reading

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June 8, 1929

Sat., 8  Morning devotions. Sunshine. I do up the work & Tuttle & I go to St. Albans. Find them well & happy. Am hoarse & still have a bad throat. Have a chicken dinner. Letters from Ben, Abnaki & … Continue reading

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June 6, 1929 & “Yellow Roses”

Thurs., 6  Morning devotions. A nice day. Feeling “bum” with a bad throat.  Mrs. Currier irons 2 hours which finishes that. Miss Dumas sick & unable to do it. Make a custard pie, get dinner, etc. Send poem to Walter … Continue reading

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October 20, 1924

Mon., 20  And it rained to-day 54 years ago. This is dismal, with heavy cold clouds, chill north wind. I imagine there is snow on the mountaintops. Copy my Rebus solution & send it to the Free Press. Do some … Continue reading

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October 14, 1924

Tues.,  14  Our first heavy white frost. Ashton’s birthday. Dumas washes, mops kitchen and shed. I sew a little. Put quince sauce into cans. 8 quart cans & 4 pints. A very beautiful day. Mr. White straightens up the leaning … Continue reading

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