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1906.
Jan. 5 Fri. Lunched with Papa at Sibley's and then went over to the "Y" (after some shopping) and read "Life". Helen was out. Read & flinch tonight. Jan. 6 Sat. JWC's 9th wedding anniversary (1897-1906) so Mrs. C informed me. A lovely blizzard this afternoon. Staid late. Looked into Louise Stowell's studio coming down, and went over to Scrantom's and bought Dave Gray's "Gallops #2". I asked for it at Sibley's book department the other day and the girl said "Down stairs at the music department" - ! Zozie was lovely - accounts &c tonight. Frieda has finished Lasall & gone to the R.B.W.! Jan 7. Sun. Snow flurries but rather nice weather - even when it did look like a blizzard. It was the 90th Anniversary services of our church and I went twice today, with the family, Dr. Miller preached a very good historical sermon and in the afternoon Dr. Millard and Dr. (M.D.) Ely told reminiscences &c. Missed a call from Mary. Jan 8-9 Mon. Tues. Real winter weather at last. Snow storm Monday and lovely frosty moonlight Tuesday night. Miss Flack and I worked rather late and then walked out to the Homeopathic Hospital to see Gracie Bingham's mother, Mrs. Lewis, who is there and threatened with paralysis (I think) She was rather forlorn and I am sorry for "Gracie". Marycalled at office. Jan. 10 Wed. Am reading "The Spoils of Poynton" by Henry James, which Swinburne lent me - most Jamesy ! Jan. 11 Thurs. Tackled J.W.C. today on a subject I've long wished to talk to him about - wish I'd have talked longer!

1906.
Jan. 5 Fri. Lunched with Papa at Sibley's and then went over to the "Y" (after some shopping) and read "Life". Helen was out. Read & flinch tonight. Jan. 6 Sat. JWC's 9th wedding anniversary (1897-1906) so Mrs. C informed me. A lovely blizzard this afternoon. Staid late. Looked into Louise Stowell's studio coming down, and went over to Scrantom's and bought Dave Gray's "Gallops #2". I asked for it at Sibley's book department the other day and the girl said "Down stairs at the music department" - ! Zozie was lovely - accounts &c tonight. Frieda has finished Lasall & gone to the R.B.W.! Jan 7. Sun. Snow flurries but rather nice weather - even when it did look like a blizzard. It was the 90th Anniversary services of our church and I went twice today, with the family, Dr. Miller preached a very good historical sermon and in the afternoon Dr. Millard and Dr. (M.D.) Ely told reminiscences &c. Missed a call from Mary. Jan 8-9 Mon. Tues. Real winter weather at last. Snow storm Monday and lovely frosty moonlight Tuesday night. Miss Flack and I worked rather late and then walked out to the Homeopathic Hospital to see Gracie Bingham's mother, Mrs. Lewis, who is there and threatened with paralysis (I think) She was rather forlorn and I am sorry for "Gracie". Marycalled at office. Jan. 10 Wed. Am reading "The Spoils of Poynton" by Henry James, which Swinburne lent me - most Jamesy ! Jan. 11 Thurs. Tackled J.W.C. today on a subject I've long wished to talk to him about - wish I'd have talked longer!

1906.
Jan. 5 Fri. Lunched with Papa at Sibley's and then went over to the "Y" (after some shopping) and read "Life". Helen was out. Read & flinch tonight. Jan. 6 Sat. JWC's 9th wedding anniversary (1897-1906) so Mrs. C informed me. A lovely blizzard this afternoon. Staid late. Looked into Louise Stowell's studio coming down, and went over to Scrantom's and bought Dave Gray's "Gallops #2". I asked for it at Sibley's book department the other day and the girl said "Down stairs at the music department" - ! Zozie was lovely - accounts &c tonight. Frieda has finished Lasall & gone to the R.B.W.! Jan 7. Sun. Snow flurries but rather nice weather - even when it did look like a blizzard. It was the 90th Anniversary services of our church and I went twice today, with the family, Dr. Miller preached a very good historical sermon and in the afternoon Dr. Millard and Dr. (M.D.) Ely told reminiscences &c. Missed a call from Mary. Jan 8-9 Mon. Tues. Real winter weather at last. Snow storm Monday and lovely frosty moonlight Tuesday night. Miss Flack and I worked rather late and then walked out to the Homeopathic Hospital to see Gracie Bingham's mother, Mrs. Lewis, who is there and threatened with paralysis (I think) She was rather forlorn and I am sorry for "Gracie". Marycalled at office. Jan. 10 Wed. Am reading "The Spoils of Poynton" by Henry James, which Swinburne lent me - most Jamesy ! Jan. 11 Thurs. Tackled J.W.C. today on a subject I've long wished to talk to him about - wish I'd have talked longer!
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