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1895
breakfast Wiltsie bade us goodbye & later the carriage came & took us and our bags to the Station and Alice went with us to Town (it was Market Day. She "markets" in Fanueil Hall.) An interesting friend. Mrs. West. (very Bostonian) was on the train - also an English gentleman who told us more about the trolley accident. One woman was very badly hurt indeed. We had just time, before our train, to take the car down to Winter Street and get a silver drinking cup (Mama did) It was a beautiful store (Stowell's) Alice came back to the station with us saw us on our car, the Adirondack. We started out at 10:30 and tho' the day was hot had a very comfortable ride. Massachusetts is pretty - especially thro' the Berkshires - and old N.Y. is always inter- esting. I read "Capt. Jack's Honeymoon" by Hall Caine (Gilmore lent it to me - and "New England Life" and the Harper's. We had a very nice lunch on board (about Springfield) and then dinner (before we reached Utica). There was a queer crusty oldish gentleman

1895
breakfast Wiltsie bade us goodbye & later the carriage came & took us and our bags to the Station and Alice went with us to Town (it was Market Day. She "markets" in Fanueil Hall.) An interesting friend. Mrs. West. (very Bostonian) was on the train - also an English gentleman who told us more about the trolley accident. One woman was very badly hurt indeed. We had just time, before our train, to take the car down to Winter Street and get a silver drinking cup (Mama did) It was a beautiful store (Stowell's) Alice came back to the station with us saw us on our car, the Adirondack. We started out at 10:30 and tho' the day was hot had a very comfortable ride. Massachusetts is pretty - especially thro' the Berkshires - and old N.Y. is always inter- esting. I read "Capt. Jack's Honeymoon" by Hall Caine (Gilmore lent it to me - and "New England Life" and the Harper's. We had a very nice lunch on board (about Springfield) and then dinner (before we reached Utica). There was a queer crusty oldish gentleman

1895
breakfast Wiltsie bade us goodbye & later the carriage came & took us and our bags to the Station and Alice went with us to Town (it was Market Day. She "markets" in Fanueil Hall.) An interesting friend. Mrs. West. (very Bostonian) was on the train - also an English gentleman who told us more about the trolley accident. One woman was very badly hurt indeed. We had just time, before our train, to take the car down to Winter Street and get a silver drinking cup (Mama did) It was a beautiful store (Stowell's) Alice came back to the station with us saw us on our car, the Adirondack. We started out at 10:30 and tho' the day was hot had a very comfortable ride. Massachusetts is pretty - especially thro' the Berkshires - and old N.Y. is always inter- esting. I read "Capt. Jack's Honeymoon" by Hall Caine (Gilmore lent it to me - and "New England Life" and the Harper's. We had a very nice lunch on board (about Springfield) and then dinner (before we reached Utica). There was a queer crusty oldish gentleman
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