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3/13/08
"Merry Widow" 3/14/08
an electric hansom and Kitty Moran on the sidewalk! We got off and I went over to "JBC's" (a French place) on 25th near 6th Ave to dinner (Edith & I treated) It was French table d'hotel with red and white wine. It was really jolly (and good) the tables filled up quickly after we got in and we were there a long time - afterward we went back to Irving Place and got ready for the theatre and saw "The Merry Widow" (from the top) at the New Amsterdam. Ethel Jackson's understudy played - but she was fine - and prettier than the original - The man was most graceful! Mabel
and I were both so dead tired and headachey we could hardly stand the Ent'r actes but managed the opera all right. We saw her into Fred
's care at the subway before we went home late Mar. 15 Sun.
13 wks Chan. 11:12
We all got up late this morning. It was cloudy - but balmy and nice and none of us took umbrellas - went over to the "Normandie" - a little place on Union Square for breakfast and the coffee was real! Then Edith went to church with "Mort" and his wife (Broadway Tabernacle) and Mary and I way went way up to the Bronx to the Zoo - The nicest one I ever saw. It's a beautiful place anyway - and such

3/13/08
"Merry Widow" 3/14/08
an electric hansom and Kitty Moran on the sidewalk! We got off and I went over to "JBC's" (a French place) on 25th near 6th Ave to dinner (Edith & I treated) It was French table d'hotel with red and white wine. It was really jolly (and good) the tables filled up quickly after we got in and we were there a long time - afterward we went back to Irving Place and got ready for the theatre and saw "The Merry Widow" (from the top) at the New Amsterdam. Ethel Jackson's understudy played - but she was fine - and prettier than the original - The man was most graceful! Mabel
and I were both so dead tired and headachey we could hardly stand the Ent'r actes but managed the opera all right. We saw her into Fred
's care at the subway before we went home late Mar. 15 Sun.
13 wks Chan. 11:12
We all got up late this morning. It was cloudy - but balmy and nice and none of us took umbrellas - went over to the "Normandie" - a little place on Union Square for breakfast and the coffee was real! Then Edith went to church with "Mort" and his wife (Broadway Tabernacle) and Mary and I way went way up to the Bronx to the Zoo - The nicest one I ever saw. It's a beautiful place anyway - and such

3/13/08
"Merry Widow" 3/14/08
an electric hansom and Kitty Moran on the sidewalk! We got off and I went over to "JBC's" (a French place) on 25th near 6th Ave to dinner (Edith & I treated) It was French table d'hotel with red and white wine. It was really jolly (and good) the tables filled up quickly after we got in and we were there a long time - afterward we went back to Irving Place and got ready for the theatre and saw "The Merry Widow" (from the top) at the New Amsterdam. Ethel Jackson's understudy played - but she was fine - and prettier than the original - The man was most graceful! Mabel
and I were both so dead tired and headachey we could hardly stand the Ent'r actes but managed the opera all right. We saw her into Fred
's care at the subway before we went home late Mar. 15 Sun.
13 wks Chan. 11:12
We all got up late this morning. It was cloudy - but balmy and nice and none of us took umbrellas - went over to the "Normandie" - a little place on Union Square for breakfast and the coffee was real! Then Edith went to church with "Mort" and his wife (Broadway Tabernacle) and Mary and I way went way up to the Bronx to the Zoo - The nicest one I ever saw. It's a beautiful place anyway - and such
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