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Mon., 18 Morning devotions. Grace takes the train for Saratoga. Cooler, a lot. Write Gertrude & a card to Ben. Sort & destroy some papers & letters. Letter from Helen. Have a very quiet day.
Fri., 25 Morning devotions. Do the morning work. Tuttle goes to the Station for Ruth who comes on the morning train. After dinner we go to the annual Easter Mission meeting at Ruth Benton’s. Ruth comes in late. Henrietta comes. … Continue reading
Tues., 24 Morning devotions. A heavy snowfall last night. Mr. Tuttle does not get out until 10 o’clock. Ruth comes & Will Cotey brings her up. Henrietta gets home on the early train. All trains late. The State School plows … Continue reading
Mon., 23 Morning devotions. Byron Hurlburt buried at 2 o’clock to-day. Henrietta went to Boston on the night train last night. Dumas works this afternoon. Helen comes at night. These short days are long enough.
Sat., 9 Morning devotions. Make 2 pies. Grace & Wilma go to the Winterbotham place. Get an early dinner. Helen gets ready for New Britain. Henrietta has dinner with her & takes her to the noon train at the station. … Continue reading
Mon., 23 Morning devotions in part. Helen goes to Burlington on the morning train. I do up the work & get dinner. Commence an essay on Revolutionary Poetry. Grace has some callers & Marie Rainer brings a Lady from Chicago … Continue reading