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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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August 23, 1933

Wed., 23   No time for devotions. We motor to Montpelier, starting at 8-30, Sister Helen, Grace, Henrietta, Tuttle & me. Beautiful Vermont! We reach the capitol at 10-30. Register. Meet a number of our writer friends. Eat our Picnic … Continue reading

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June 23, 1933

Fri., 23   Morning devotions. A beautiful day. Doing the work alone. It is lovely to be alone, all but the work. Write Helen but do not send it. The mattress comes for her room & the boys take it … Continue reading

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June 7, 1933

Wed., 7   Morning devotions spoiled by static. A lovely rain at night (which is hectic. mine.) (sic.)  It helps the gardens. Grace sends a box of peonies to Ruth. Tuttle goes after Dumas to do the work. Write to … Continue reading

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April 26, 1933

Wed., 26   Morning devotions. Send Stanton Muzzy a copy of “Poems on Trees,” vol. 11. A loan. Write Ruth.  Ben comes just as I am starting dinner. I thaw out the Bull-pouts and cook them. Have green peas. Miss … Continue reading

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August 11, 1932

Thurs., 11  Morning devotions so filled with static that I do not get them. Make a custard pie. Ben & children come in at dinner time. Virginia stays & the rest go home. Letter from Tute Chadwick. Charlie Ruscoe commences … Continue reading

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July 1, 1932

Fri., 1  No devotions but Democratic group instead. They have kept it steadily going since 9 o’clock last night. Get up dizzy. Have a nap after I come downstairs which helps out. Keep as still as I am able. No … Continue reading

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