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January 7, 1933

Sat., 7  Morning devotions. Make a tapioca pudding for dinner & a steamed fruit to-morrow’s dinner (sic).  Dumas doing the housework, also finishes the ironing. Letters from Gertrude, Jeanette & Mrs. Paine. Calvin Coolidge is brought home to Plymouth for … Continue reading

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January 5, 1932

Thurs., 5   Morning devotions. The news flashed to every corner of the globe that Calvin Coolidge, Vermont’s greatest son, died in his Northhampton home. He is 60 years old, the age of my boy, Ashton. Three boys drowned in … Continue reading

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January 4, 1933

Wed., 4    Morning devotions. Find many ways to fill in time until noon. Tuttle goes to Middlebury & Grace attend (sic) a D.A.R. meeting at the Stevens House. Marie Warner goes to Midd. with Tuttle. Nancy McCuen, leading hostess … Continue reading

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December 24, 1932

Sat., 24    Make 2 mince pies. Static is bad at morning devotions. Henrietta helps Dumas with the ironing. We   ~~~  (sic)  Because I do not get the idea quick enough I lose it.  A warmer day & snow … Continue reading

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December 6, 1932

Tues., 6  Morning devotions. I am dressed and eat breakfast down stairs. Letter from Helen. Dumas washes. I get dinner. Iron a little & Dumas almost finishes it. A very dark day. Henrietta comes a little while. Write Helen.

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November 23, 1932

Wed., 23   Morning devotions. Ashton dies this morning. Grace gets the news by telegraph & telephone, but does not tell me. Tuttle & Henrietta come & then I know. Have a bad day. Mr. Hagar comes to comfort me & … Continue reading

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November 10, 1932

Thurs., 10  Morning devotions. A pouring rain all day. I finish the ironing. Keep busy except when I go to sleep in my chair, which I do at all hours of the day. Write Ben. Decided to stay at home. … Continue reading

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