1896.
Jan. 15. Wed. had my pocket kodak down to me & think I took Gilmore's picture. He snapped it awhile at me & spoiled a plate - which I insisted on taking my desk on, after- ward! Fine winter day outside. I went down for Mary tonight & we met Ned & went to see the Hollands. It was a queer thing - the play - a very Mansfield influence over it all. I think I liked it better than the others did but was disappointed in Joseph Holland. The funniest girl - dressed in white - low neck behind - white felt walking hat - pink feather fan - no gloves &c. all Della Fox in shape - sat down in front of us and amused us. Ned came home with me. We saw Mary home first. We three have been trying to get Mr. Gillis a stenographer today. Edith was up before supper - with a tale of woe. She's to give up housekeeping & "board". Ned talked it over with me later. Hope it will come out all right. Jan. 16. Thurs. Lovely day. Ned, Claude & I walked down together - C's new Chapbook

1896.
Jan. 15. Wed. had my pocket kodak down to me & think I took Gilmore's picture. He snapped it awhile at me & spoiled a plate - which I insisted on taking my desk on, after- ward! Fine winter day outside. I went down for Mary tonight & we met Ned & went to see the Hollands. It was a queer thing - the play - a very Mansfield influence over it all. I think I liked it better than the others did but was disappointed in Joseph Holland. The funniest girl - dressed in white - low neck behind - white felt walking hat - pink feather fan - no gloves &c. all Della Fox in shape - sat down in front of us and amused us. Ned came home with me. We saw Mary home first. We three have been trying to get Mr. Gillis a stenographer today. Edith was up before supper - with a tale of woe. She's to give up housekeeping & "board". Ned talked it over with me later. Hope it will come out all right. Jan. 16. Thurs. Lovely day. Ned, Claude & I walked down together - C's new Chapbook

1896.
Jan. 15. Wed. had my pocket kodak down to me & think I took Gilmore's picture. He snapped it awhile at me & spoiled a plate - which I insisted on taking my desk on, after- ward! Fine winter day outside. I went down for Mary tonight & we met Ned & went to see the Hollands. It was a queer thing - the play - a very Mansfield influence over it all. I think I liked it better than the others did but was disappointed in Joseph Holland. The funniest girl - dressed in white - low neck behind - white felt walking hat - pink feather fan - no gloves &c. all Della Fox in shape - sat down in front of us and amused us. Ned came home with me. We saw Mary home first. We three have been trying to get Mr. Gillis a stenographer today. Edith was up before supper - with a tale of woe. She's to give up housekeeping & "board". Ned talked it over with me later. Hope it will come out all right. Jan. 16. Thurs. Lovely day. Ned, Claude & I walked down together - C's new Chapbook
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