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an accident (2 cars collided) this p.m. and tho' the affair was quite serious & two women injured he gave us quite a ludicrous des- cription of it. We got home to find Alice entertaining company - a lady & two gentlemen. We found them very pleasant (I do not recall their names). The men be- wailing the fact that Princeton had beaten Harvard 14 to 2 in baseball to-day! Bed when to company had gone. Edith was entertaining "Phil" with her banjo, on the piazza. She plays very well. May. 31. Friday. It promised a hot day, but we had planned Salem & Alice was going too - to guide us - with explicit directions from Wiltsie, who is quite familiar with the place. We took the 9:35 into Boston (walking down to station - past the High School, the pretty Club House, Guerdon's Kindergarden &c.) Arriving, we took a most devious street car route - which wound us past many points of interest (Faneuil Hall - Ames Bldg. Worthington Bldg - Wiltsie's office &c.)


an accident (2 cars collided) this p.m. and tho' the affair was quite serious & two women injured he gave us quite a ludicrous des- cription of it. We got home to find Alice entertaining company - a lady & two gentlemen. We found them very pleasant (I do not recall their names). The men be- wailing the fact that Princeton had beaten Harvard 14 to 2 in baseball to-day! Bed when to company had gone. Edith was entertaining "Phil" with her banjo, on the piazza. She plays very well. May. 31. Friday. It promised a hot day, but we had planned Salem & Alice was going too - to guide us - with explicit directions from Wiltsie, who is quite familiar with the place. We took the 9:35 into Boston (walking down to station - past the High School, the pretty Club House, Guerdon's Kindergarden &c.) Arriving, we took a most devious street car route - which wound us past many points of interest (Faneuil Hall - Ames Bldg. Worthington Bldg - Wiltsie's office &c.)


an accident (2 cars collided) this p.m. and tho' the affair was quite serious & two women injured he gave us quite a ludicrous des- cription of it. We got home to find Alice entertaining company - a lady & two gentlemen. We found them very pleasant (I do not recall their names). The men be- wailing the fact that Princeton had beaten Harvard 14 to 2 in baseball to-day! Bed when to company had gone. Edith was entertaining "Phil" with her banjo, on the piazza. She plays very well. May. 31. Friday. It promised a hot day, but we had planned Salem & Alice was going too - to guide us - with explicit directions from Wiltsie, who is quite familiar with the place. We took the 9:35 into Boston (walking down to station - past the High School, the pretty Club House, Guerdon's Kindergarden &c.) Arriving, we took a most devious street car route - which wound us past many points of interest (Faneuil Hall - Ames Bldg. Worthington Bldg - Wiltsie's office &c.)

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