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216JULY 26 Tues 1910 Father looked just a bit better to me this a.m. Came home at noon to change my dress - lovely day - & at night went to the lake at 5:13 with Lura & Edith to Mary's (cor. Jefferson Ave. & Lake, White City) Chattie came on the next car. Then Mary & Florence & then Mabel. The tent is lovely & we had such a good supper - a gorgeous sunset - a nice chat. On the piazza & some of Mabel's monologues inside. The Milliner
, the dress maker, saying goodbye &c. The girls Walked to the car with us about ten. Charlotte & the fireworks lovely in the distance.
Wed 1911 Rather cloudy & threatening part of the time & went up to Cad's to lunch - a nice chat by her library window. Went over to say goodbye to the Rowe's tonight. It poured. Mother and I had a nice fire in the grate & spent the evening in front of it - with the cats. Sun 1912 Up before breakfast & wrote letters & postals in the summer house. Read down in the dock house. Afterwards and then took a lovely walk with Mr.
& Mrs. Ullman - up toward cedar Lake. After dinner read & before & after supper talked to Mrs. Fraser & her friend. She is an interesting woman. After supper there was a concert - impromptu & other wise & a children's Kimona party.
Sat 1913 Warmer, busy. Jim took me home in the Auto this noon, via. the oil store & 4 corners (!) Went with Bess & Mary "Capt" & little Peggy to Sea Breeze vacation house, to supper & some of us for a swims (not use.) It was delightful - came home by a lovely sunset. The new dormitory "sleeps" 25 but had 36 in it!
Little Peter Pan died about 6 o'clock - poisoned - we are sure.
Mon 1916 July 27 We all took the 8:22 to the city (with baggage) I went home to (good) lunch. It rained in the (some) p.m. but Jimdrove us to Rush where he & Helen & Trudywere my guests for codfish supper. (The Brady's carsons were there. Walked around the reservoir afterward - & stopped at Jim's for music coming home. (Going stopped at Cro'nest - but didn't find Marie & Carmichels) Mabel Florence brought "2 boys" in Saturday.

216JULY 26 Tues 1910 Father looked just a bit better to me this a.m. Came home at noon to change my dress - lovely day - & at night went to the lake at 5:13 with Lura & Edith to Mary's (cor. Jefferson Ave. & Lake, White City) Chattie came on the next car. Then Mary & Florence & then Mabel. The tent is lovely & we had such a good supper - a gorgeous sunset - a nice chat. On the piazza & some of Mabel's monologues inside. The Milliner
, the dress maker, saying goodbye &c. The girls Walked to the car with us about ten. Charlotte & the fireworks lovely in the distance.
Wed 1911 Rather cloudy & threatening part of the time & went up to Cad's to lunch - a nice chat by her library window. Went over to say goodbye to the Rowe's tonight. It poured. Mother and I had a nice fire in the grate & spent the evening in front of it - with the cats. Sun 1912 Up before breakfast & wrote letters & postals in the summer house. Read down in the dock house. Afterwards and then took a lovely walk with Mr.
& Mrs. Ullman - up toward cedar Lake. After dinner read & before & after supper talked to Mrs. Fraser & her friend. She is an interesting woman. After supper there was a concert - impromptu & other wise & a children's Kimona party.
Sat 1913 Warmer, busy. Jim took me home in the Auto this noon, via. the oil store & 4 corners (!) Went with Bess & Mary "Capt" & little Peggy to Sea Breeze vacation house, to supper & some of us for a swims (not use.) It was delightful - came home by a lovely sunset. The new dormitory "sleeps" 25 but had 36 in it!
Little Peter Pan died about 6 o'clock - poisoned - we are sure.
Mon 1916 July 27 We all took the 8:22 to the city (with baggage) I went home to (good) lunch. It rained in the (some) p.m. but Jimdrove us to Rush where he & Helen & Trudywere my guests for codfish supper. (The Brady's carsons were there. Walked around the reservoir afterward - & stopped at Jim's for music coming home. (Going stopped at Cro'nest - but didn't find Marie & Carmichels) Mabel Florence brought "2 boys" in Saturday.

216JULY 26 Tues 1910 Father looked just a bit better to me this a.m. Came home at noon to change my dress - lovely day - & at night went to the lake at 5:13 with Lura & Edith to Mary's (cor. Jefferson Ave. & Lake, White City) Chattie came on the next car. Then Mary & Florence & then Mabel. The tent is lovely & we had such a good supper - a gorgeous sunset - a nice chat. On the piazza & some of Mabel's monologues inside. The Milliner
, the dress maker, saying goodbye &c. The girls Walked to the car with us about ten. Charlotte & the fireworks lovely in the distance.
Wed 1911 Rather cloudy & threatening part of the time & went up to Cad's to lunch - a nice chat by her library window. Went over to say goodbye to the Rowe's tonight. It poured. Mother and I had a nice fire in the grate & spent the evening in front of it - with the cats. Sun 1912 Up before breakfast & wrote letters & postals in the summer house. Read down in the dock house. Afterwards and then took a lovely walk with Mr.
& Mrs. Ullman - up toward cedar Lake. After dinner read & before & after supper talked to Mrs. Fraser & her friend. She is an interesting woman. After supper there was a concert - impromptu & other wise & a children's Kimona party.
Sat 1913 Warmer, busy. Jim took me home in the Auto this noon, via. the oil store & 4 corners (!) Went with Bess & Mary "Capt" & little Peggy to Sea Breeze vacation house, to supper & some of us for a swims (not use.) It was delightful - came home by a lovely sunset. The new dormitory "sleeps" 25 but had 36 in it!
Little Peter Pan died about 6 o'clock - poisoned - we are sure.
Mon 1916 July 27 We all took the 8:22 to the city (with baggage) I went home to (good) lunch. It rained in the (some) p.m. but Jimdrove us to Rush where he & Helen & Trudywere my guests for codfish supper. (The Brady's carsons were there. Walked around the reservoir afterward - & stopped at Jim's for music coming home. (Going stopped at Cro'nest - but didn't find Marie & Carmichels) Mabel Florence brought "2 boys" in Saturday.
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