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July 19, 1933

Mon., 10   No devotions. Nothing but static. Finish the puzzle with Tuttle’s help. Rain last night. Sort papers & letters. Wash stockings, etc. Letter from Mrs. Witherell which I answer. An electric shower at night. Advertisements

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July 9, 1933

Sun., 9   The weather is cooler. Mrs. Woodman calls to say “Howdy.” Get dinner. Grace attends church & Mary Ross comes home with her. They go for a walk. Tuttle takes me for a ride when he goes for … Continue reading

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June 16, 1933

Fri., 16   No morning devotions. Only static. Claudette, our new girl, begins work. I rest except getting dinner. Work on Duco puzzle Grace brought from Burlington. The air is a little cool. It looked so like rain this morning, … Continue reading

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May 30, 1933

Tues., 30   Morning devotions spoiled by static. Dumas washes. A damp day, but she irons. Finish the D.A.R. letters & one to Mrs. Johnson. Decoration Day & very quiet. Have a nice ride in the afternoon on the Lake … Continue reading

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May 24, 1933

Wed., 24   No devotions because of static. Cloudy morning. Charlie comes to finish the door & put up a curtain. I wash the curtains in the east kitchen window. Spend a few minutes finishing the jig-saw which is very … Continue reading

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May 21, 1933

Sun., 21   A very lovely day after the pouring rain. A lovely cat-bird sits on the topmost branch of the pear tree, in place of the mocking bird. I hope he decides to stay. Tuttle brings a jig-saw & … Continue reading

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April 19, 1933

Wed., 19   Morning devotions. Clouds & rain! The river overflowing its banks. The flats are an unbroken lake. Grass green on the lawns. Buds swelling. News from all New England tell of floods and roads under water from one … Continue reading

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