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June 15, 1937

Tues., 15   Morning devotions. Helen comes with Roger Hooker for a     (sic) Advertisements

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May 2, 1937

May 2-7–there are no entries in the diary.   But here are some rhymes by Larry Jackson that I found in another box at the Sheldon archives, handwritten on pieces of paper— I don’t know a thing about him, or what his poems … Continue reading

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April 27, 1937

Tues., 27   Dumas washes & irons   ?   come to mend my clothes that are falling to pieces. She also takes care of my feet & any more  ?   ?     Grace to supper at Karl’s.

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April 26, 1937

Mon., 26  Morning devotions. D.S. Time. Write Gertrude then a short  ?   rest but do not sleep. Betty reads to me P.M. Grace on clean-up Com.  ?    ?    ?    get a walk out of doors my … Continue reading

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April 25, 1937

Sun., 25   (illegible line—and her writing is worsening, if that’s possible!)  Dr. Sockman  ?  ?   the last one until Nov. Chicken dinner  (the rest is mostly all written over itself, just these few words legible)  Grace attend   … Continue reading

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April 24, 1937

Sat., 24   Dr.  ?  ?   Walton gives his last talk. He is a congregational preacher in Brooklyn. Write Anna. No  ?   ?   to-day. Betty reads to me P.M. & Grace reads the paper.  (illegible line) for … Continue reading

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April 20, 21, 22, 23, 1937

Tues., 20   Morning devotions. Dumas washes & irons. Ben & Ann come. Ben goes relic hunting. Goes after Henrietta who comes for a visit. Frances gets dinner. Grace reads the papers & goes to a Com. in the evening. … Continue reading

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