Tag Archives: Mrs. Strohmeyer

November 6, 1932

Sun., 6  Get part of a Montreal sermon & Fosdick comes on at night. His first appearance this fall. Armistice Sunday. A lovely optimistic letter from Anna, like a bright leaf falling on dead & broken leaves. Tuttle gives me … Continue reading

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August 12, 1932

Fri., 12  Morning devotions. Charlie still working on the box. Grace busy all day making funeral pieces. She goes to Charlotte for lillies & her helpers go to the woods for ferns. Tuttle & I go to Henrietta’s. Get a … Continue reading

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January 18, 1929

Fri., 18  All the snow has run off in muddy rivulets & it is much warmer. Wash the breakfast dishes & get dinner. Mend. A letter from Caroline with a picture of herself a friend & the baby, who is … Continue reading

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