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May 11, 1937

Tues., 11  Morning devotion. I slept late. Dumas washes & irons. Henrietta comes. Sun shines beautiful warm day. Dr. calls. Clean up the room with the vacuum cleaner and I am mad. Advertisements

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April 30, 1937

Fri., 30   Get dressed with some trouble(?)  Morning devotions. Dumas does the work cleans the shed & Grace gets dinner. Henrietta comes. Poor old Grace  (illegible patch)  Dr. P comes This is the last entry in Ella Fisher’s own … Continue reading

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April 9, 1937

Fri., 9   Morning devotions. Dark rainy day & some snow.   ?  Anna & Mr. Hager. Grace reads the papers & Kathleen reads from Pilgrim’s Progress before dinner(?) Letter from Gertrude. Supper over & the day is gone. (2 … Continue reading

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February 18, 1937

Thurs., 18   Morning devotions. Sara comes in the P.M. Grace reads paper, etc. Sara sorts letters & helps the ? but I think partly “the night after Mother’s (?)” makes me wince. I am too ? and do not … Continue reading

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February 8, 1937

Mon., 8   Morning devotions.   ?  a poem & a letter to Ben. Help Frances who plans to go to Dr.  ? for glasses. Work in the balsam after dinner. There is a lonely hour P.M. when the shrieking … Continue reading

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February 6, 1937

Sat., 6   Morning devotions. Write Helen. If anything can plunge me down into the darkness(?) it is to know they are a burden that has become unbearable. I cannot be too (here are two overwritten illegible lines) I am … Continue reading

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January 5, 1937

Tues., 5   Dumas washes & irons. Morning devotions. I write Anna & Helen. (Several illegible lines) Dear, dear Ruth. She need (sic) to give her chicks to Tuttle & now from her fingers they drop to me. How can … Continue reading

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