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Nov. 5. Tuesday and Election Day - and the "Goo-Goos" are "in it" everyone said. It is hard to believe this is November with the thermometer up toward seventy and sunshine & all. J.W. went a golfing early and J.G. followed in a carriage after lunch. I let Claude's new little red- headed draughtsman in at nine and at 12 I spun away home for J.G. said "You can't vote, Miss B.

, but you can ride the bicycle and you better this afternoon". I agreed. Was starting off at one - or before when I met Mary - also bur- dened with a half-holiday - but no wheel. I walked to Adams St. with her and we laid our plans. Then I rode to Ned's & she & Edith were started dressing at the news "Mary is coming!" They dressed. I oiled Diana & visited Frederika & the Bride and then "she came!" Ned & I rode wheels (N's rented for the day) and Edith & Mary followed by street car. Such a ride! We stopped for Ned's profile & a


Nov. 5. Tuesday and Election Day - and the "Goo-Goos" are "in it" everyone said. It is hard to believe this is November with the thermometer up toward seventy and sunshine & all. J.W. went a golfing early and J.G. followed in a carriage after lunch. I let Claude's new little red- headed draughtsman in at nine and at 12 I spun away home for J.G. said "You can't vote, Miss B.

, but you can ride the bicycle and you better this afternoon". I agreed. Was starting off at one - or before when I met Mary - also bur- dened with a half-holiday - but no wheel. I walked to Adams St. with her and we laid our plans. Then I rode to Ned's & she & Edith were started dressing at the news "Mary is coming!" They dressed. I oiled Diana & visited Frederika & the Bride and then "she came!" Ned & I rode wheels (N's rented for the day) and Edith & Mary followed by street car. Such a ride! We stopped for Ned's profile & a


Nov. 5. Tuesday and Election Day - and the "Goo-Goos" are "in it" everyone said. It is hard to believe this is November with the thermometer up toward seventy and sunshine & all. J.W. went a golfing early and J.G. followed in a carriage after lunch. I let Claude's new little red- headed draughtsman in at nine and at 12 I spun away home for J.G. said "You can't vote, Miss B.

, but you can ride the bicycle and you better this afternoon". I agreed. Was starting off at one - or before when I met Mary - also bur- dened with a half-holiday - but no wheel. I walked to Adams St. with her and we laid our plans. Then I rode to Ned's & she & Edith were started dressing at the news "Mary is coming!" They dressed. I oiled Diana & visited Frederika & the Bride and then "she came!" Ned & I rode wheels (N's rented for the day) and Edith & Mary followed by street car. Such a ride! We stopped for Ned's profile & a

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