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1908
Apr. 4 Sat. Bright & cold. Miss "Alicia Van Beeskirk" (as Miss Bradshaw is called) & I stayed & addressed envelopes. Apr. 5. Sun.
Chan 13:4 16 wks
Rather a gloomy day. C.F. not feeling first rate & some friction with the "help" but I held dear little Chandler and walked here in the rain under Char's dear brown umbrella. Began reading "Sarinesca"
again. Apr. 6 Mon. Fine. Stayed with Miss Mc. A.
and finished addressing big circular by hand - nice job. Apr 7. Tues. Rained this a.m. Lunched with the girls and tonight met Edith (by telephone) and went down to 143 Conkey Ave to call - Kath. Spencer was there - full of a trip to Florida she's plan- ning - we played 5 handed Pedro & had lovely fruit cocktails &c. Hamilton Davis came in to invite me to dinner there. Belle Mc. I
is here. Apr. 8 Wed Rainy day. Had a music-box concert & read tonight the girls at the office ad- dressing circulars phoned me. Claude in Wyoming
. Apr. 9. Thurs. Cool but pleasant. Mary Belle Dickens decided to go to Washington tomorrow. Did lot of things at noon & went home, rather unexpectedly, with Lura at night. She's pretty blue. Read dear old letters of Mother's later. How lovely and long-suffering my Mother has always been! They were dear letters, but made me cry. Apr. 10. Fri. Lovely morning - Lunched with the girls at the new Cafeteria over Wisner's (just moved) Then called on Charlotte. Tonight we were going bowling but didn't. I went to the station (after the "Hippodrome" and saw Mame Dickens & Myra Crawley off for Washington - M.D. lost her purse

1908
Apr. 4 Sat. Bright & cold. Miss "Alicia Van Beeskirk" (as Miss Bradshaw is called) & I stayed & addressed envelopes. Apr. 5. Sun.
Chan 13:4 16 wks
Rather a gloomy day. C.F. not feeling first rate & some friction with the "help" but I held dear little Chandler and walked here in the rain under Char's dear brown umbrella. Began reading "Sarinesca"
again. Apr. 6 Mon. Fine. Stayed with Miss Mc. A.
and finished addressing big circular by hand - nice job. Apr 7. Tues. Rained this a.m. Lunched with the girls and tonight met Edith (by telephone) and went down to 143 Conkey Ave to call - Kath. Spencer was there - full of a trip to Florida she's plan- ning - we played 5 handed Pedro & had lovely fruit cocktails &c. Hamilton Davis came in to invite me to dinner there. Belle Mc. I
is here. Apr. 8 Wed Rainy day. Had a music-box concert & read tonight the girls at the office ad- dressing circulars phoned me. Claude in Wyoming
. Apr. 9. Thurs. Cool but pleasant. Mary Belle Dickens decided to go to Washington tomorrow. Did lot of things at noon & went home, rather unexpectedly, with Lura at night. She's pretty blue. Read dear old letters of Mother's later. How lovely and long-suffering my Mother has always been! They were dear letters, but made me cry. Apr. 10. Fri. Lovely morning - Lunched with the girls at the new Cafeteria over Wisner's (just moved) Then called on Charlotte. Tonight we were going bowling but didn't. I went to the station (after the "Hippodrome" and saw Mame Dickens & Myra Crawley off for Washington - M.D. lost her purse

1908
Apr. 4 Sat. Bright & cold. Miss "Alicia Van Beeskirk" (as Miss Bradshaw is called) & I stayed & addressed envelopes. Apr. 5. Sun.
Chan 13:4 16 wks
Rather a gloomy day. C.F. not feeling first rate & some friction with the "help" but I held dear little Chandler and walked here in the rain under Char's dear brown umbrella. Began reading "Sarinesca"
again. Apr. 6 Mon. Fine. Stayed with Miss Mc. A.
and finished addressing big circular by hand - nice job. Apr 7. Tues. Rained this a.m. Lunched with the girls and tonight met Edith (by telephone) and went down to 143 Conkey Ave to call - Kath. Spencer was there - full of a trip to Florida she's plan- ning - we played 5 handed Pedro & had lovely fruit cocktails &c. Hamilton Davis came in to invite me to dinner there. Belle Mc. I
is here. Apr. 8 Wed Rainy day. Had a music-box concert & read tonight the girls at the office ad- dressing circulars phoned me. Claude in Wyoming
. Apr. 9. Thurs. Cool but pleasant. Mary Belle Dickens decided to go to Washington tomorrow. Did lot of things at noon & went home, rather unexpectedly, with Lura at night. She's pretty blue. Read dear old letters of Mother's later. How lovely and long-suffering my Mother has always been! They were dear letters, but made me cry. Apr. 10. Fri. Lovely morning - Lunched with the girls at the new Cafeteria over Wisner's (just moved) Then called on Charlotte. Tonight we were going bowling but didn't. I went to the station (after the "Hippodrome" and saw Mame Dickens & Myra Crawley off for Washington - M.D. lost her purse
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