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nice to us. Handed out a lot of his "old Chester" pictures (The "Stuffed-animal House" ones & others) and showed us what he was working on - an old man receiving the news of his son's "missing" name - in the Civil War. The model was posing for the pretty sad daughter, breaking the news. After we left Mr. Hitchcock (who invited us to dinner &c.&c.) we went out to the Park to see the Albright Library. A very handsome Classic white stone building - partly occupied but still far from finished. It faces the park and is to have a St. Gaudens group in front. We slid around on the ice and snow and explored the building & then took the car back to Ferry St. Saw the Albright House and the house where Pres. McKinley died and stopped to call at the Spragues, but they were out of town. We had a cool - but pleasant walk 'way down Delaware Avenue - an interesting street - There was a big "Daughters" reception & tea at the Women's "Fourteenth Century Club"- but we didn't go (tho' Susie Hoyt said we might!) Did a little shopping down town (candy for Mother&c) and


nice to us. Handed out a lot of his "old Chester" pictures (The "Stuffed-animal House" ones & others) and showed us what he was working on - an old man receiving the news of his son's "missing" name - in the Civil War. The model was posing for the pretty sad daughter, breaking the news. After we left Mr. Hitchcock (who invited us to dinner &c.&c.) we went out to the Park to see the Albright Library. A very handsome Classic white stone building - partly occupied but still far from finished. It faces the park and is to have a St. Gaudens group in front. We slid around on the ice and snow and explored the building & then took the car back to Ferry St. Saw the Albright House and the house where Pres. McKinley died and stopped to call at the Spragues, but they were out of town. We had a cool - but pleasant walk 'way down Delaware Avenue - an interesting street - There was a big "Daughters" reception & tea at the Women's "Fourteenth Century Club"- but we didn't go (tho' Susie Hoyt said we might!) Did a little shopping down town (candy for Mother&c) and


nice to us. Handed out a lot of his "old Chester" pictures (The "Stuffed-animal House" ones & others) and showed us what he was working on - an old man receiving the news of his son's "missing" name - in the Civil War. The model was posing for the pretty sad daughter, breaking the news. After we left Mr. Hitchcock (who invited us to dinner &c.&c.) we went out to the Park to see the Albright Library. A very handsome Classic white stone building - partly occupied but still far from finished. It faces the park and is to have a St. Gaudens group in front. We slid around on the ice and snow and explored the building & then took the car back to Ferry St. Saw the Albright House and the house where Pres. McKinley died and stopped to call at the Spragues, but they were out of town. We had a cool - but pleasant walk 'way down Delaware Avenue - an interesting street - There was a big "Daughters" reception & tea at the Women's "Fourteenth Century Club"- but we didn't go (tho' Susie Hoyt said we might!) Did a little shopping down town (candy for Mother&c) and

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