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supper. E. & her beau came in about 11:45 & he staid till 12:15 & then we talked long. Nov. 13. Sat. Fine & warm. E. H. Thorp of the P.O.D. here. J.W. came home this p.m. Edith went home this morning. Tonight Matie Hawley, the two "Macs", Lura, Chattie & I went to Duffy's to supper (Dossenbach's orchestra) & then to see Bert Lyell at the Baker. Very funny - "Mrs. Leffywelis
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." Nov. 14. Sun. Fine warm day, so that Hemeny sat out on the side piazza in the sun & blew bubbles all the p.m. Nanna & Chan (both under the weather) went off for a ride. Aunt Maisie took Hemeny's picture with his "wibbin" on - with his big engine & with his father. Corrected proof for CFB later. His writings do him much honor & in the Scientific American his Essay on the Fourth Dimension
was sixth in the one hundred & seventy - odd submitted! There is so much of compliment he doesn't tell us!

supper. E. & her beau came in about 11:45 & he staid till 12:15 & then we talked long. Nov. 13. Sat. Fine & warm. E. H. Thorp of the P.O.D. here. J.W. came home this p.m. Edith went home this morning. Tonight Matie Hawley, the two "Macs", Lura, Chattie & I went to Duffy's to supper (Dossenbach's orchestra) & then to see Bert Lyell at the Baker. Very funny - "Mrs. Leffywelis
Boots
." Nov. 14. Sun. Fine warm day, so that Hemeny sat out on the side piazza in the sun & blew bubbles all the p.m. Nanna & Chan (both under the weather) went off for a ride. Aunt Maisie took Hemeny's picture with his "wibbin" on - with his big engine & with his father. Corrected proof for CFB later. His writings do him much honor & in the Scientific American his Essay on the Fourth Dimension
was sixth in the one hundred & seventy - odd submitted! There is so much of compliment he doesn't tell us!

supper. E. & her beau came in about 11:45 & he staid till 12:15 & then we talked long. Nov. 13. Sat. Fine & warm. E. H. Thorp of the P.O.D. here. J.W. came home this p.m. Edith went home this morning. Tonight Matie Hawley, the two "Macs", Lura, Chattie & I went to Duffy's to supper (Dossenbach's orchestra) & then to see Bert Lyell at the Baker. Very funny - "Mrs. Leffywelis
Boots
." Nov. 14. Sun. Fine warm day, so that Hemeny sat out on the side piazza in the sun & blew bubbles all the p.m. Nanna & Chan (both under the weather) went off for a ride. Aunt Maisie took Hemeny's picture with his "wibbin" on - with his big engine & with his father. Corrected proof for CFB later. His writings do him much honor & in the Scientific American his Essay on the Fourth Dimension
was sixth in the one hundred & seventy - odd submitted! There is so much of compliment he doesn't tell us!
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