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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 17, 1937

Wed., 17   Morning devotions. Write Helen. Help put away clothes. ? poem. Cool north wind. Grace reads the papers & Bettie reads from ?’s latest. Mrs. ? comes to give a garden talk. Goes with Grace to the ? … Continue reading

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February 11, 1937

Thurs., 11   Morning devotions. A woman who has no ? Write Anna. Letter from Tuttle. (2 illegible lines) & cleans my dress. Chicken pie for dinner. Cool & cloudy out of doors. ??? Sydney Harris(?) dies.

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January 23, 1937

Sat., 23   Dr. Sockman talks. We go to Henrietta’s a few minutes. Find her in bed. Glad to see us.  ? ? ? A sermon from Montreal a ? & one from Pittsburg. ??? is all important. It can … Continue reading

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January 22, 1937

Fri., 22   Dr. Walton. Frances getting dinner. Send a note to Henrietta. Write Helen  ? for dinner. Work in the balsam. P.M. letter from Grace safe at Cambridge. Terrible ? ? near Big Ben.

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December 19, 1933

Tues., 19   Morning devotions. Dress & get down stairs. Ruth at the helm. Feeling rather shaky but improve toward night. Ruth ties up my packages. Two to Anna & one to Ben. Receive a few cards & send a … Continue reading

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August 24, 1933

Thurs., 24   Electricity cut off so we do not get the morning devotions. I make a custard pie. This is a rainy day. A very wonderful much needed rain. I do not understand what caused the brain storm, but … Continue reading

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