- From the H. Sheldon Museum
- From the Vergennes Historical Society
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Fri., 6 Morning devotions. A lovely sunny day. Charles Chapman, whose wife was to be buried to-day died last night. Do the regular work, but not so very much at that. Two packages come from Helen for Mother’s Day. An … Continue reading
Mon., 11 Morning devotions. Otis comes to work. A rainy day. The cat does not come. Otis finds him crying & badly hurt on the honey-room stairs. Grace goes down in the afternoon. I do the housework, get dinner, etc. … Continue reading
Mon., 8 Morning devotions. Snow that drifts. Sort papers. Do the morning work & get dinner. A box of towels, wash cloths and bedspread from Helen. Letters from Ruth & Ben.
Sat., 16 Morning devotions. Rev. Gordon H. Baker, Washington Heights Baptist church, on the Radio. Dumas clearing out for Sunday. I do a little mending, sorting of papers, etc. Do not see the bird to-day. Too much outdoor work. Martha … Continue reading
Tues., 15 Very cold. Some snow. Dumas washes & puts out the clothes. It is so cold they cannot dry. Get dinner. Mend on Grace’s coat while she goes down town. Nearly pack a box of apples for Helen, but … Continue reading
Mon., 27 Some sunshine & not very cold. Send Ben’s papers, pick up, etc. A package from Gertrude. Commence work on the genealogy. Onslow finishes taking down the old henhouse.