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217JULY 27 Wed 1910 Will Corris & Mary Bryant married Pleasant but quite warm. Had a nice lunch at Sibley's with Bess & Mary & tonight went with Mary
to The Temple to see Vaughn Glaser. on the way to the hospital tonight stopped & saw the Bridgman baby - a dear. Father looked bad tonight - but pretty good in the morning - Muggy & thundery this p.m.
Thurs 1911 Lovely day. Mrs. Danforth took me home in her electric coupe this noon. This p.m. Frieda had a reception for Alice
and I went late. Amelie came over on the piazza tonight & we had quite a talk. I fin- ished "Fraternity" by Galsworthy - like the book all but the end.
Mon 1912 July 29 A hard shower in the night walked am. everyone up & I didn't wake till 8:30 In the morning had a lovely walk with Mr. & Mrs. Mc. Intyre of Chicago & Edith
& Florence Pannybacker of Phila to Cedar Lake - first to the old (ordinary bridge when we read an "Emma Mac Cherry" story & then to the boats. After lunch sat in the lower summer house and read "Tante" In the evening watched the youngsters dance a crowd of Southerns came on all to at late tonight & "raised the roof".
A row with the Mc.Intyres
Sun 1913 Very warm. Went to the office about 11 & worked till 1. Mr. Stern came in a little while. Lunched at Cro'nest veranda. (The children by themselves at a low table) Took pictures - Mother & I went to Jim's house, then home to loaf and read &c. we miss our little Peter dreadfully. His grave is at Cro'nest. Tues 1914 July 28 Cool & fine. Had a nice lunch party - Trudy, Edith, Lura & Nellie (Mary invited at Sibley's at noon. At 5 Jimtook Lura & me to the station. Where we saw Helen off for California. Miss Dow was there & chat & Zoe. Then went & Lura's to dinner - Mother & Trudy for - a nice. fine & a good dinner of course.

217JULY 27 Wed 1910 Will Corris & Mary Bryant married Pleasant but quite warm. Had a nice lunch at Sibley's with Bess & Mary & tonight went with Mary
to The Temple to see Vaughn Glaser. on the way to the hospital tonight stopped & saw the Bridgman baby - a dear. Father looked bad tonight - but pretty good in the morning - Muggy & thundery this p.m.
Thurs 1911 Lovely day. Mrs. Danforth took me home in her electric coupe this noon. This p.m. Frieda had a reception for Alice
and I went late. Amelie came over on the piazza tonight & we had quite a talk. I fin- ished "Fraternity" by Galsworthy - like the book all but the end.
Mon 1912 July 29 A hard shower in the night walked am. everyone up & I didn't wake till 8:30 In the morning had a lovely walk with Mr. & Mrs. Mc. Intyre of Chicago & Edith
& Florence Pannybacker of Phila to Cedar Lake - first to the old (ordinary bridge when we read an "Emma Mac Cherry" story & then to the boats. After lunch sat in the lower summer house and read "Tante" In the evening watched the youngsters dance a crowd of Southerns came on all to at late tonight & "raised the roof".
A row with the Mc.Intyres
Sun 1913 Very warm. Went to the office about 11 & worked till 1. Mr. Stern came in a little while. Lunched at Cro'nest veranda. (The children by themselves at a low table) Took pictures - Mother & I went to Jim's house, then home to loaf and read &c. we miss our little Peter dreadfully. His grave is at Cro'nest. Tues 1914 July 28 Cool & fine. Had a nice lunch party - Trudy, Edith, Lura & Nellie (Mary invited at Sibley's at noon. At 5 Jimtook Lura & me to the station. Where we saw Helen off for California. Miss Dow was there & chat & Zoe. Then went & Lura's to dinner - Mother & Trudy for - a nice. fine & a good dinner of course.

217JULY 27 Wed 1910 Will Corris & Mary Bryant married Pleasant but quite warm. Had a nice lunch at Sibley's with Bess & Mary & tonight went with Mary
to The Temple to see Vaughn Glaser. on the way to the hospital tonight stopped & saw the Bridgman baby - a dear. Father looked bad tonight - but pretty good in the morning - Muggy & thundery this p.m.
Thurs 1911 Lovely day. Mrs. Danforth took me home in her electric coupe this noon. This p.m. Frieda had a reception for Alice
and I went late. Amelie came over on the piazza tonight & we had quite a talk. I fin- ished "Fraternity" by Galsworthy - like the book all but the end.
Mon 1912 July 29 A hard shower in the night walked am. everyone up & I didn't wake till 8:30 In the morning had a lovely walk with Mr. & Mrs. Mc. Intyre of Chicago & Edith
& Florence Pannybacker of Phila to Cedar Lake - first to the old (ordinary bridge when we read an "Emma Mac Cherry" story & then to the boats. After lunch sat in the lower summer house and read "Tante" In the evening watched the youngsters dance a crowd of Southerns came on all to at late tonight & "raised the roof".
A row with the Mc.Intyres
Sun 1913 Very warm. Went to the office about 11 & worked till 1. Mr. Stern came in a little while. Lunched at Cro'nest veranda. (The children by themselves at a low table) Took pictures - Mother & I went to Jim's house, then home to loaf and read &c. we miss our little Peter dreadfully. His grave is at Cro'nest. Tues 1914 July 28 Cool & fine. Had a nice lunch party - Trudy, Edith, Lura & Nellie (Mary invited at Sibley's at noon. At 5 Jimtook Lura & me to the station. Where we saw Helen off for California. Miss Dow was there & chat & Zoe. Then went & Lura's to dinner - Mother & Trudy for - a nice. fine & a good dinner of course.
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