Tag Archives: Ruth’s illness

September 15, 1933

Fri., 15   Morning devotions. A good day. Tuttle takes Helen, Grace, Loraine Bristol & me to Basin Harbor. I give a report on the Seth Warner Memorial Highway & read poems on the Lake. We have a nice meeting, … Continue reading

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August 28, 1933

Mon., 28   Morning devotions. Cool and cloudy. Sort papers. Do a little washing, a little repairing. Helen goes to Burlington for a treatment for her ears. She goes & comes on the train. Write Walter Bristol & Elbridge Warner. … Continue reading

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July 1, 1933

Sat., 1   Morning devotions. Letters from Anna, Gertrude & a report from Dr. Dolloff that there is a definite improvement in Ruth. The best news I have had in a long time. Write Ruth, Anna & Gertrude.

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June 20, 1933

Tues., 20   Morning devotions quite unintelligible. A beautiful Day. Dumas washes & irons. After that works in the kitchen pantry, cleaning 3 shelves. Write Ruth. Letters from Ben & Miss Hinman. Ralph & Bernadine with their oldest daughter call. … 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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May 14, 1933

Mon., 15   No devotions. Do the morning work. A beautiful box of chocolates from Helen. Letters from Helen and Ben, who has returned from a trip to Concord. He finds Ruth much improved. A call from Faith Devine, who … Continue reading

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May 12, 1933

Fri., 12   No devotions. Custard for dessert. Corned beef hash for dinner. Henrietta comes to dinner. Brings dandelions to clean. Magazines from Mrs. Paine. A Mother’s-day gift from Helen of 6 knives & forks of stainless steel. A letter … Continue reading

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