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Thurs., 27 Thanksgiving Day. A card from Anna & a letter from Bloomer which I ans. I send letters to Sadie Spaulding, Elizabeth Kent & Emma Varney, my bit toward soliciting for the concert next Monday night. Send second chapter … Continue reading
Thurs., 24 Not so good a day as yesterday. More clouds & sprinkles of rain. Glean 13 quarts of currants from our bushes. Write a little.
Fri., 16 Not feeling well to-day. Manage to get dinner & go to bed with a sick stomache (sic) & an aching head. Lie until nearly night. Write up Col Seth Warner in the evening.
Fri., 5 Florence Ruscoe comes to the house to sew for Grace. Mrs Graves & Dorothy call. They bring some lovely strawberries. Send 16 “ideas” to the Ladies Home Journal.
Tues., 18 Iron, or Anna irons Still hot. Small thunder shower P.M. Finish Henrietta’s black skirt & put band on Anna’s shirt waist sleeves. Write a short memoriam on Miss Sutton’s death. Benjamin works all day, helping load … Continue reading
Fri., 12 Raining. Churn &tc. Go down to Hindes’. We prepare program. Have a talk with him about church roof. Go home & write until nearly midnight. Get another installment of the Grandey (or Grundey?) diaries. Get materiels (sic) for … Continue reading