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1900
the boat was late, we had to change 3 or 4 times to get to Worcester at 8:15 - the last change - at South Framingham being a very rapid one – about half a minute. Louise Penniman, Mary’s friend, was waiting at the station and took us to 11 Harvard St. via a very open car and a very steep street – too steep to drive up or down – but we managed to climb it with the aid of iron railings. Mrs. Penniman was awaiting us, and we had tea & bread & butter & berries and then went to bed in a big South East room – very delightful. Aug 5. Sun. Awoke refreshed, but Mary was sick & did not get up to breakfast. I ate with the family and “Ned” (Childs?) and boarders & took a cup of coffee up to Mary. Then, while she got up, took a walk down to a beautiful park containing “Salisbury Pond” and the “Tech” building & some pleasant streets. Then Mary & Miss Penniman walked me around another way & Miss P. took me to the skylight to gaze at distant hills. Mary insisted on going to the train with me & we saw the State Mutual

1900
the boat was late, we had to change 3 or 4 times to get to Worcester at 8:15 - the last change - at South Framingham being a very rapid one – about half a minute. Louise Penniman, Mary’s friend, was waiting at the station and took us to 11 Harvard St. via a very open car and a very steep street – too steep to drive up or down – but we managed to climb it with the aid of iron railings. Mrs. Penniman was awaiting us, and we had tea & bread & butter & berries and then went to bed in a big South East room – very delightful. Aug 5. Sun. Awoke refreshed, but Mary was sick & did not get up to breakfast. I ate with the family and “Ned” (Childs?) and boarders & took a cup of coffee up to Mary. Then, while she got up, took a walk down to a beautiful park containing “Salisbury Pond” and the “Tech” building & some pleasant streets. Then Mary & Miss Penniman walked me around another way & Miss P. took me to the skylight to gaze at distant hills. Mary insisted on going to the train with me & we saw the State Mutual

1900
the boat was late, we had to change 3 or 4 times to get to Worcester at 8:15 - the last change - at South Framingham being a very rapid one – about half a minute. Louise Penniman, Mary’s friend, was waiting at the station and took us to 11 Harvard St. via a very open car and a very steep street – too steep to drive up or down – but we managed to climb it with the aid of iron railings. Mrs. Penniman was awaiting us, and we had tea & bread & butter & berries and then went to bed in a big South East room – very delightful. Aug 5. Sun. Awoke refreshed, but Mary was sick & did not get up to breakfast. I ate with the family and “Ned” (Childs?) and boarders & took a cup of coffee up to Mary. Then, while she got up, took a walk down to a beautiful park containing “Salisbury Pond” and the “Tech” building & some pleasant streets. Then Mary & Miss Penniman walked me around another way & Miss P. took me to the skylight to gaze at distant hills. Mary insisted on going to the train with me & we saw the State Mutual
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