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August 21, 1937

Sat., 21   Anna here. Sarah Cotey calls to see me. Advertisements

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July 30, 1937

Fri., 30   A big thunder shower in the p.m. Grace & Helen go in the evening to Mrs. Landon’s in New Haven.

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July 20, 1937

Tues., 20   Devotions. Caroline & her husband from ? call in the a.m. Henrietta comes for dinner & to spend the afternoon with me. I go to sleep Helen cleans up all the table linen and drawers. Cucumbers from … Continue reading

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July 19, 1937

Mon., 19  Devotions. Much pain. Helen washes all the windows downstairs. Grace & Helen call on Sarah Cotey in evening. Raspberries. A nice letter from Anna.   According to Ella’s death certificate, she had shingles as well as the heart … Continue reading

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June 11, 1937

Fri., 11   Morning devotions. Laian(?) Bristol and Mrs. Brown call. Mrs. Brown has withdrawn from the chapter. Henrietta comes. A beautiful sunny day.

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June 8, 1937

Tues., 8   Morning devotions. Dumas comes to wash. Bessie Norton a new nurse comes for to-night to let Miss Taft rest. Sat up twice, in the morning and afternoon. Had ice cream. Dr. Phelps calls. Miss Taft reads to … Continue reading

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June 6, 1937

Sun., 6   Get the morning devotions and church services. Howard and Mable Pruden call. Both seem well. They ate their lunch outside. Glad to see me. Sarah here. Henrietta comes. The wren sings outside and it is hot.

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