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November 3, 1933

Fri., 3  Morning devotions. Dark & cloudy. Put a pocket on a morning dress. Settle 3 accts. The Guild, H.C. Herrick & Wayland Bristol, church subscription. Letters from Sister Helen, Dr. Melton. Ruth Collins Chase comes at 4 o’clock P.M.  … Continue reading

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October 30, 1933

Mon., 30   Morning devotions. Do the morning work. Sort papers & get dinner. Grace goes to the hair dresser’s. Charlie Caisse passes out after a prolonged illness. Letter from Ben. Type a poem to M.F.D. in VerseCraft. Grace prepares … Continue reading

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October 26, 1933

Thurs., 26   Morning devotions. A clear day. That’s when the sun shines. Finish my purple slip Grace goes to Burlington. Rides up with the Watermans & home with the Hansons (State School.) She visits Helen at Mary Fletcher. Put … Continue reading

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August 27, 1933

  She transposed the pages for today and tomorrow, as she notes: Sun., 27   This page for Saturday.  Morning devotions. Make an apple pie & fill a lemon pie. Henrietta & Karl here to dinner. They wash & Simonize … Continue reading

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August 25, 1933

Fri., 25   Morning devotions. Make an apple pie. Wash cushion covers. Helen working on Grace’s porch pillows. I stitch them on the machine. Clouds & some rain, the dying end of the terrible storm that has taken 42 lives … Continue reading

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April 19, 1933

Wed., 19   Morning devotions. Clouds & rain! The river overflowing its banks. The flats are an unbroken lake. Grass green on the lawns. Buds swelling. News from all New England tell of floods and roads under water from one … Continue reading

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March 25, 1933

Sat., 25   Street light goes out. Morning devotions. Mansfield stands out in bold relief. A cool night, a sunny day. Dumas working & visiting. Bird & cage take a fall but he does not seem to be hurt. I … Continue reading

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