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worried for fear I ought to have called Dr. Ely first but he said I did right. He said they were afraid of another convulsion in which case she must go to the hospital so the baby could be born at once - otherwise all was well (He didn't say it in those plain words - but in the language used by the doctors) Dr. Ely called Dr. Young on the phone & while he was over to Caring's Dr. Nugent came rushing downstairs & asked me to go for Dr. Young - which I did running and we knew she had had another convulsion. I told my boy I was glad he was not there - but he had seen one. He was very much worried and said so. I was almost hopeless when I saw Dr. Young's face. He telephoned for the ambulance and asked me to watch for it. Papa shoveled a wide path. Dr. Young told Claude the child usually died in the second convulsion, but that they must hurry to save the mother (he didn't say that quite, I think he was hopeless then) Dear Claude turned to me with a little sob saying, "we've lost our baby" - and then went to the window and leaned on the sash and said "But, I don't care now - if they only -" and that was all. When the Ambulance came Dr. Y.

said Charlotte did not suffer and


worried for fear I ought to have called Dr. Ely first but he said I did right. He said they were afraid of another convulsion in which case she must go to the hospital so the baby could be born at once - otherwise all was well (He didn't say it in those plain words - but in the language used by the doctors) Dr. Ely called Dr. Young on the phone & while he was over to Caring's Dr. Nugent came rushing downstairs & asked me to go for Dr. Young - which I did running and we knew she had had another convulsion. I told my boy I was glad he was not there - but he had seen one. He was very much worried and said so. I was almost hopeless when I saw Dr. Young's face. He telephoned for the ambulance and asked me to watch for it. Papa shoveled a wide path. Dr. Young told Claude the child usually died in the second convulsion, but that they must hurry to save the mother (he didn't say that quite, I think he was hopeless then) Dear Claude turned to me with a little sob saying, "we've lost our baby" - and then went to the window and leaned on the sash and said "But, I don't care now - if they only -" and that was all. When the Ambulance came Dr. Y.

said Charlotte did not suffer and


worried for fear I ought to have called Dr. Ely first but he said I did right. He said they were afraid of another convulsion in which case she must go to the hospital so the baby could be born at once - otherwise all was well (He didn't say it in those plain words - but in the language used by the doctors) Dr. Ely called Dr. Young on the phone & while he was over to Caring's Dr. Nugent came rushing downstairs & asked me to go for Dr. Young - which I did running and we knew she had had another convulsion. I told my boy I was glad he was not there - but he had seen one. He was very much worried and said so. I was almost hopeless when I saw Dr. Young's face. He telephoned for the ambulance and asked me to watch for it. Papa shoveled a wide path. Dr. Young told Claude the child usually died in the second convulsion, but that they must hurry to save the mother (he didn't say that quite, I think he was hopeless then) Dear Claude turned to me with a little sob saying, "we've lost our baby" - and then went to the window and leaned on the sash and said "But, I don't care now - if they only -" and that was all. When the Ambulance came Dr. Y.

said Charlotte did not suffer and

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