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1895.
Nov. 21 Thurs. Ground covered with snow and still at it. Mary was up this noon (office) and tonight she stopped for me and we went down to Edith's church to the "Festival of Holidays" & supper. Ate with Mr. & Mrs. Cross, Freddie & "Tuesday" - a very nice supper. Mary bought me a carnation & I bought a doll Edith dressed - we went home early. Ned come back tonight at 10:30. Nov. 22. Fri. Cold, snowy & wintry - Children delighted & sliding down hill - All I can do to get back & forth these days - walking. Gilmore & I were justu betting a pumpkin pie on the result of the Princeton - Yale football game to- morrow when Ned & Edith came & we had a half-hour visit & I did a little shopping with them. They tried to coax me to go down to supper, but I was tired & resisted. Wrote tonight & read. Got a 12 page letter - very nice - from Mrs. Graham yesterday. Nov. 23. Sat. A "weepy" day - all fog and moisture. The loveliest tones of gray & brown and lurid atmosphere. It was a pleasure to just watch the electric lights glimmer thro' it - and the Granite bldg. wasn't visible from

1895.
Nov. 21 Thurs. Ground covered with snow and still at it. Mary was up this noon (office) and tonight she stopped for me and we went down to Edith's church to the "Festival of Holidays" & supper. Ate with Mr. & Mrs. Cross, Freddie & "Tuesday" - a very nice supper. Mary bought me a carnation & I bought a doll Edith dressed - we went home early. Ned come back tonight at 10:30. Nov. 22. Fri. Cold, snowy & wintry - Children delighted & sliding down hill - All I can do to get back & forth these days - walking. Gilmore & I were justu betting a pumpkin pie on the result of the Princeton - Yale football game to- morrow when Ned & Edith came & we had a half-hour visit & I did a little shopping with them. They tried to coax me to go down to supper, but I was tired & resisted. Wrote tonight & read. Got a 12 page letter - very nice - from Mrs. Graham yesterday. Nov. 23. Sat. A "weepy" day - all fog and moisture. The loveliest tones of gray & brown and lurid atmosphere. It was a pleasure to just watch the electric lights glimmer thro' it - and the Granite bldg. wasn't visible from

1895.
Nov. 21 Thurs. Ground covered with snow and still at it. Mary was up this noon (office) and tonight she stopped for me and we went down to Edith's church to the "Festival of Holidays" & supper. Ate with Mr. & Mrs. Cross, Freddie & "Tuesday" - a very nice supper. Mary bought me a carnation & I bought a doll Edith dressed - we went home early. Ned come back tonight at 10:30. Nov. 22. Fri. Cold, snowy & wintry - Children delighted & sliding down hill - All I can do to get back & forth these days - walking. Gilmore & I were justu betting a pumpkin pie on the result of the Princeton - Yale football game to- morrow when Ned & Edith came & we had a half-hour visit & I did a little shopping with them. They tried to coax me to go down to supper, but I was tired & resisted. Wrote tonight & read. Got a 12 page letter - very nice - from Mrs. Graham yesterday. Nov. 23. Sat. A "weepy" day - all fog and moisture. The loveliest tones of gray & brown and lurid atmosphere. It was a pleasure to just watch the electric lights glimmer thro' it - and the Granite bldg. wasn't visible from
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