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1895
and then turned into Broadway & took a car down "watching out" all the way We got off at Trinity - where we stopped to see the beautiful bronze doors by Karl Bitter. We also went into the church and then wandered around the church yard in the lovely spring morning. Just before we came out found a curious old stone inscribed, "Sidney Breese, June 9, 1767. Made by himself Ha, Sidney, Sidney, Lyest thou here. O here lye Till time is flown, To its exremity." We walked down to Aldrich Court and tried to get into the office, but did not succeed. Then went way down to the Battery, where we took the 6th Ave. L up to the Margaret Louisa. Met Mrs. Jones there & we all went over to Pier 59 & on board the Manitoba and thro' the upper part of it before Claude came. Found Aunt Lulie up on deck. Claude came but

1895
and then turned into Broadway & took a car down "watching out" all the way We got off at Trinity - where we stopped to see the beautiful bronze doors by Karl Bitter. We also went into the church and then wandered around the church yard in the lovely spring morning. Just before we came out found a curious old stone inscribed, "Sidney Breese, June 9, 1767. Made by himself Ha, Sidney, Sidney, Lyest thou here. O here lye Till time is flown, To its exremity." We walked down to Aldrich Court and tried to get into the office, but did not succeed. Then went way down to the Battery, where we took the 6th Ave. L up to the Margaret Louisa. Met Mrs. Jones there & we all went over to Pier 59 & on board the Manitoba and thro' the upper part of it before Claude came. Found Aunt Lulie up on deck. Claude came but

1895
and then turned into Broadway & took a car down "watching out" all the way We got off at Trinity - where we stopped to see the beautiful bronze doors by Karl Bitter. We also went into the church and then wandered around the church yard in the lovely spring morning. Just before we came out found a curious old stone inscribed, "Sidney Breese, June 9, 1767. Made by himself Ha, Sidney, Sidney, Lyest thou here. O here lye Till time is flown, To its exremity." We walked down to Aldrich Court and tried to get into the office, but did not succeed. Then went way down to the Battery, where we took the 6th Ave. L up to the Margaret Louisa. Met Mrs. Jones there & we all went over to Pier 59 & on board the Manitoba and thro' the upper part of it before Claude came. Found Aunt Lulie up on deck. Claude came but
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