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Cartmen, Expressmen, carpenter &c. &c. Mr. Haven, the nice carpenter, & the 5 & 10 cent store man, packed all day yesterday & Mr. H.

most of Today. Even Mr. Starrett got busy & did the music box & clocks!
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Saturday. Rose early (after second night practically without sleep) packed mattrasses & last things ( Mother does the most - she's a wonder! Yesterday p.m. we went thro' a whole case full of private letters, & took out all we could tell by name were not to be read! Packed Ted
& Herbert's
& their mother's with other things in a trunk for them (Herbert
very grateful.) He has his Grandfather's picture. (I have our grand (great) mother's & mean Herbert
or his son Walter
shall have it When I die - or break up housekeeping! At 10 the freight men came (in the rain) at 1 the trunk men - at 11 the old book man at 1:30 Herbert
and so on - all in rotation. Finally got away at 4. 3 or so. (by trolly) There were a bride & groom on board (not very attractive) Went to the Martha Washington
got adjoining rooms, a "shine", a bath, &c. and went to s's to dinner. Fred made us all "appetizer" before hand & they were the only ones home. It was very restful and delightful. After our "mad career" - Mother just about done up. She looked fagged out when we got home and I helped undress her and we both dropped into bed!

Cartmen, Expressmen, carpenter &c. &c. Mr. Haven, the nice carpenter, & the 5 & 10 cent store man, packed all day yesterday & Mr. H.

most of Today. Even Mr. Starrett got busy & did the music box & clocks!
24.
Saturday. Rose early (after second night practically without sleep) packed mattrasses & last things ( Mother does the most - she's a wonder! Yesterday p.m. we went thro' a whole case full of private letters, & took out all we could tell by name were not to be read! Packed Ted
& Herbert's
& their mother's with other things in a trunk for them (Herbert
very grateful.) He has his Grandfather's picture. (I have our grand (great) mother's & mean Herbert
or his son Walter
shall have it When I die - or break up housekeeping! At 10 the freight men came (in the rain) at 1 the trunk men - at 11 the old book man at 1:30 Herbert
and so on - all in rotation. Finally got away at 4. 3 or so. (by trolly) There were a bride & groom on board (not very attractive) Went to the Martha Washington
got adjoining rooms, a "shine", a bath, &c. and went to s's to dinner. Fred made us all "appetizer" before hand & they were the only ones home. It was very restful and delightful. After our "mad career" - Mother just about done up. She looked fagged out when we got home and I helped undress her and we both dropped into bed!

Cartmen, Expressmen, carpenter &c. &c. Mr. Haven, the nice carpenter, & the 5 & 10 cent store man, packed all day yesterday & Mr. H.

most of Today. Even Mr. Starrett got busy & did the music box & clocks!
24.
Saturday. Rose early (after second night practically without sleep) packed mattrasses & last things ( Mother does the most - she's a wonder! Yesterday p.m. we went thro' a whole case full of private letters, & took out all we could tell by name were not to be read! Packed Ted
& Herbert's
& their mother's with other things in a trunk for them (Herbert
very grateful.) He has his Grandfather's picture. (I have our grand (great) mother's & mean Herbert
or his son Walter
shall have it When I die - or break up housekeeping! At 10 the freight men came (in the rain) at 1 the trunk men - at 11 the old book man at 1:30 Herbert
and so on - all in rotation. Finally got away at 4. 3 or so. (by trolly) There were a bride & groom on board (not very attractive) Went to the Martha Washington
got adjoining rooms, a "shine", a bath, &c. and went to s's to dinner. Fred made us all "appetizer" before hand & they were the only ones home. It was very restful and delightful. After our "mad career" - Mother just about done up. She looked fagged out when we got home and I helped undress her and we both dropped into bed!
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