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finally took me in her carriage and we went to Ingmire and Thompson's where the dear body lay, and wrapped soft liberty silk scarf about her and put violets in her hand. We went thro' the necessary ordeals - selected a soft dove colored plain casket lined with soft liberty silk Mrs. Alling

was more than kind and so helpful - I went up and saw Jim as Claude asked me - and told him about it - and finally rode home on the car with Mr. Behn, who was very kind, and the others - Meta had sent over soup and a dinner and coffee - Mother, still in bed, had both - I went right up to Claude's again and lots of people - mostly her dear friends - came - Mrs. Little, Mrs. Walter Smith, Mrs. Taylor Kate Stebbins (with her little tribute) in writing published next day in the Post Express) Mr. Grosse (Rev.) Murray Bartlett, Rev. Thomas of St. Andrews, Mrs. Ramsdell, Mrs. Patterson Mrs. Huntington &c.&c.&c. Just before supper - which I told Jennie
to have in the big room, Miss Jones
came to see about the little baby (we had telegraphed her) and I left them together, after talking with her myself upstairs

finally took me in her carriage and we went to Ingmire and Thompson's where the dear body lay, and wrapped soft liberty silk scarf about her and put violets in her hand. We went thro' the necessary ordeals - selected a soft dove colored plain casket lined with soft liberty silk Mrs. Alling

was more than kind and so helpful - I went up and saw Jim as Claude asked me - and told him about it - and finally rode home on the car with Mr. Behn, who was very kind, and the others - Meta had sent over soup and a dinner and coffee - Mother, still in bed, had both - I went right up to Claude's again and lots of people - mostly her dear friends - came - Mrs. Little, Mrs. Walter Smith, Mrs. Taylor Kate Stebbins (with her little tribute) in writing published next day in the Post Express) Mr. Grosse (Rev.) Murray Bartlett, Rev. Thomas of St. Andrews, Mrs. Ramsdell, Mrs. Patterson Mrs. Huntington &c.&c.&c. Just before supper - which I told Jennie
to have in the big room, Miss Jones
came to see about the little baby (we had telegraphed her) and I left them together, after talking with her myself upstairs

finally took me in her carriage and we went to Ingmire and Thompson's where the dear body lay, and wrapped soft liberty silk scarf about her and put violets in her hand. We went thro' the necessary ordeals - selected a soft dove colored plain casket lined with soft liberty silk Mrs. Alling

was more than kind and so helpful - I went up and saw Jim as Claude asked me - and told him about it - and finally rode home on the car with Mr. Behn, who was very kind, and the others - Meta had sent over soup and a dinner and coffee - Mother, still in bed, had both - I went right up to Claude's again and lots of people - mostly her dear friends - came - Mrs. Little, Mrs. Walter Smith, Mrs. Taylor Kate Stebbins (with her little tribute) in writing published next day in the Post Express) Mr. Grosse (Rev.) Murray Bartlett, Rev. Thomas of St. Andrews, Mrs. Ramsdell, Mrs. Patterson Mrs. Huntington &c.&c.&c. Just before supper - which I told Jennie
to have in the big room, Miss Jones
came to see about the little baby (we had telegraphed her) and I left them together, after talking with her myself upstairs
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