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1905
Nov. 13 Mon. A lovely mild sunshiney morning, so that I started off on dear Diana - but a tire was flat, so I had to come back and take a car and there were delays and when I got down town it was cloudy and at noon it dismally rained and was London-dark. Later there was sticky snow, and it got colder. I waded down to Dr.Scranton's to have him in- form me it wasn't an ulcerated tooth I'd been suffering, but an abcess - (comforting!) He made appoint- ments for the 20th & 21st. Coming back in the 2:10 car a man got in who looked like the man I've been looking for all my life. I knew him at once. His face was fine and his head - so dear - when he took off his soft hat to shake the snow. I hardly dared-look at him but we brushed elbows when we got off. A calmly busy day down town - Char goes to N.Y. tomorrow. I read "Spenders" tonight. Nov. 14-15 Tues & Wed Cloudy & uneventful. Only Papa began working for the Post-Express again - and got paid up by Van Dusen. &c. They are tearing down the Orphan Asylum fast. I am enjoying JW's absence & reading and sleeping had - to make up - Vanderbilt
sick with teeth.

1905
Nov. 13 Mon. A lovely mild sunshiney morning, so that I started off on dear Diana - but a tire was flat, so I had to come back and take a car and there were delays and when I got down town it was cloudy and at noon it dismally rained and was London-dark. Later there was sticky snow, and it got colder. I waded down to Dr.Scranton's to have him in- form me it wasn't an ulcerated tooth I'd been suffering, but an abcess - (comforting!) He made appoint- ments for the 20th & 21st. Coming back in the 2:10 car a man got in who looked like the man I've been looking for all my life. I knew him at once. His face was fine and his head - so dear - when he took off his soft hat to shake the snow. I hardly dared-look at him but we brushed elbows when we got off. A calmly busy day down town - Char goes to N.Y. tomorrow. I read "Spenders" tonight. Nov. 14-15 Tues & Wed Cloudy & uneventful. Only Papa began working for the Post-Express again - and got paid up by Van Dusen. &c. They are tearing down the Orphan Asylum fast. I am enjoying JW's absence & reading and sleeping had - to make up - Vanderbilt
sick with teeth.

1905
Nov. 13 Mon. A lovely mild sunshiney morning, so that I started off on dear Diana - but a tire was flat, so I had to come back and take a car and there were delays and when I got down town it was cloudy and at noon it dismally rained and was London-dark. Later there was sticky snow, and it got colder. I waded down to Dr.Scranton's to have him in- form me it wasn't an ulcerated tooth I'd been suffering, but an abcess - (comforting!) He made appoint- ments for the 20th & 21st. Coming back in the 2:10 car a man got in who looked like the man I've been looking for all my life. I knew him at once. His face was fine and his head - so dear - when he took off his soft hat to shake the snow. I hardly dared-look at him but we brushed elbows when we got off. A calmly busy day down town - Char goes to N.Y. tomorrow. I read "Spenders" tonight. Nov. 14-15 Tues & Wed Cloudy & uneventful. Only Papa began working for the Post-Express again - and got paid up by Van Dusen. &c. They are tearing down the Orphan Asylum fast. I am enjoying JW's absence & reading and sleeping had - to make up - Vanderbilt
sick with teeth.
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