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March 10, 1933

Fri., 10  Morning devotions. A raw wind. Write Ella Tullar. Spend too much time on jig-saw. Vergennes broadcasts from Waterbury. Finish machine work on my slip. Letter from Walter Coates. Mrs. Ezra Ball dies. She has been feeble for a … Continue reading

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