Tag Archives: Dr. Collins

June 15, 1932

Wed., 15   Morning devotions. A hot day. Marie Warner comes for me at 10 o’clock. I go to Frank’s old home & the Seth Warner place where I was born. Jack Gough drives & Mrs. Vander Hought, Miss Lindeman and … Continue reading

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December 12, 1929

Thurs., 12  Morning devotions led by Rev. Gordon H. Baker. Mrs. Muellier goes home in the morning  & finds her water pipes frozen. Also Tuttle cant (sic) start his car. 8 below this morning. Write Ben & Anna. Receive a … Continue reading

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July 23, 1929

Tues., 23  Morning devotions. Dumas washes & irons. I work in the cellar-way & Dumas washes down the stairs. After dinner Ruth takes me to Middlebury. We drive onto the grounds of the lovely Chapman place, see the daughter, & … Continue reading

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August 22, 1926

Sun., 22  Henrietta & Warner come. Grace & Helen go with them to the Cottage. I send a contribution to their dinner, but Ruth & I stay here for dinner. Dr. Collins comes at 7 o’clock & Grace & I … Continue reading

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August 21, 1926

Sat., 21  Make 2 apple pies, our first & an apple sauce cake. Sew a little. Helen goes to Burlington & stays all day. Ben & famly come in on their way to the Cottage. While they go for minnows … Continue reading

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June 16, 1926

Wed., 16  A very beautiful day after the rain. I wash up the curtains & doilies. Attend the D.A.R. meeting at the Brownell’s. Grace cannot go because of customers. She sends flowers which Mrs. Brownell appreciates. Mrs. Stuart, ex-State Regent, … Continue reading

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June 14, 1926

Mon., 14  Send Ben his papers & the usual Bulletin to the children. Wash dining room & sitting room curtains. Henry Roscoe buried this afternoon. Grace make (sic) a nice little piece of forget-me-nots & pansies, which we take in … Continue reading

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