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173JUNE 21 Tues 1910 Another hot day Dear Father real sick & had Dr. Jewett this p.m. (coming to finish tomorrow). Home to lunch & tonight "Wednesday Club" & to Miss Limericks Had quite a visit with them & walked home, sewed a little & had something to eat at the Kitchen with Mother when I heard the fire wagons & it was Conner's hay place down back of Saunder's at the front of Exchange St the Carings came to our piazza & we were all up late Wed 1911 Lovely day. Claude started for Cleveland this a.m. (via. Buffalo & boat) Mother & I went up and had supper with our Boys. Then walked over to Highland Park (with Nana) & heard the concert or part of it saw the Ruliffsons. A lovely sunset. Henry read me the sign Drive with great caution "& said it meant "not to bump into signs!" Both boys looked so handsome! Fri 1912 Nice morning but rained at noon - after the circus parade. Nana went up to Cro'nest early & took the boys. Mother went to Webster (5 mile line) to spend the day with the Gastons. I wrote a plumbing spec. lunched with Bess & Mary & sat with them tonight at [illegible] lecture on "The Secret of Happiness". Claude went to New York at 9:45. Very tired when I got home
Frieda's muse
came
Sat 1913. Nice day (warm) Letitia brought the boys to the 1:40 train & I took then to Conesus. They did enjoy the trip - especially the lovely boat ride. At Maple Beach about 4. & played in the stones & read the Jungle Book &c. &c. nice supper. Took the boys for a little row after supper (they loved it &) to bed at 8. Had quite a talk on the Veranda with Mr. Fein his Wife & (Wellesley) daughter of Zigler went up with us - to Long Point. Sun 1914. Grey morning but nice, Claude came down with the boys & went on to the office with Chan & Henry & I went to South Park via. Brooks Ave. Stopped at dam, baseball game, bridge (both side's) shore, light house & walked & way back on the feeder path & McLean Pt. H. loved it. The rest of the day I loafed at home, Jim took Mother to church in the Auto.

173JUNE 21 Tues 1910 Another hot day Dear Father real sick & had Dr. Jewett this p.m. (coming to finish tomorrow). Home to lunch & tonight "Wednesday Club" & to Miss Limericks Had quite a visit with them & walked home, sewed a little & had something to eat at the Kitchen with Mother when I heard the fire wagons & it was Conner's hay place down back of Saunder's at the front of Exchange St the Carings came to our piazza & we were all up late Wed 1911 Lovely day. Claude started for Cleveland this a.m. (via. Buffalo & boat) Mother & I went up and had supper with our Boys. Then walked over to Highland Park (with Nana) & heard the concert or part of it saw the Ruliffsons. A lovely sunset. Henry read me the sign Drive with great caution "& said it meant "not to bump into signs!" Both boys looked so handsome! Fri 1912 Nice morning but rained at noon - after the circus parade. Nana went up to Cro'nest early & took the boys. Mother went to Webster (5 mile line) to spend the day with the Gastons. I wrote a plumbing spec. lunched with Bess & Mary & sat with them tonight at [illegible] lecture on "The Secret of Happiness". Claude went to New York at 9:45. Very tired when I got home
Frieda's muse
came
Sat 1913. Nice day (warm) Letitia brought the boys to the 1:40 train & I took then to Conesus. They did enjoy the trip - especially the lovely boat ride. At Maple Beach about 4. & played in the stones & read the Jungle Book &c. &c. nice supper. Took the boys for a little row after supper (they loved it &) to bed at 8. Had quite a talk on the Veranda with Mr. Fein his Wife & (Wellesley) daughter of Zigler went up with us - to Long Point. Sun 1914. Grey morning but nice, Claude came down with the boys & went on to the office with Chan & Henry & I went to South Park via. Brooks Ave. Stopped at dam, baseball game, bridge (both side's) shore, light house & walked & way back on the feeder path & McLean Pt. H. loved it. The rest of the day I loafed at home, Jim took Mother to church in the Auto.

173JUNE 21 Tues 1910 Another hot day Dear Father real sick & had Dr. Jewett this p.m. (coming to finish tomorrow). Home to lunch & tonight "Wednesday Club" & to Miss Limericks Had quite a visit with them & walked home, sewed a little & had something to eat at the Kitchen with Mother when I heard the fire wagons & it was Conner's hay place down back of Saunder's at the front of Exchange St the Carings came to our piazza & we were all up late Wed 1911 Lovely day. Claude started for Cleveland this a.m. (via. Buffalo & boat) Mother & I went up and had supper with our Boys. Then walked over to Highland Park (with Nana) & heard the concert or part of it saw the Ruliffsons. A lovely sunset. Henry read me the sign Drive with great caution "& said it meant "not to bump into signs!" Both boys looked so handsome! Fri 1912 Nice morning but rained at noon - after the circus parade. Nana went up to Cro'nest early & took the boys. Mother went to Webster (5 mile line) to spend the day with the Gastons. I wrote a plumbing spec. lunched with Bess & Mary & sat with them tonight at [illegible] lecture on "The Secret of Happiness". Claude went to New York at 9:45. Very tired when I got home
Frieda's muse
came
Sat 1913. Nice day (warm) Letitia brought the boys to the 1:40 train & I took then to Conesus. They did enjoy the trip - especially the lovely boat ride. At Maple Beach about 4. & played in the stones & read the Jungle Book &c. &c. nice supper. Took the boys for a little row after supper (they loved it &) to bed at 8. Had quite a talk on the Veranda with Mr. Fein his Wife & (Wellesley) daughter of Zigler went up with us - to Long Point. Sun 1914. Grey morning but nice, Claude came down with the boys & went on to the office with Chan & Henry & I went to South Park via. Brooks Ave. Stopped at dam, baseball game, bridge (both side's) shore, light house & walked & way back on the feeder path & McLean Pt. H. loved it. The rest of the day I loafed at home, Jim took Mother to church in the Auto.
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