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232AUGUST 11 Thurs 1910. The Office again J.G. was kind but said very little. I think he is "shy" as Claude says - J.W. & I had a nice long talk. Hanna was very nice. Everyone was us fact. Auntie went home at 11:35 a.m. And in the afternoon Mother packed Father's trunk with his things to send her. Claude got back - pretty tired with business cares & all but so dear! He is a brick. Sat up till all hours answering letters &c. We have so many & such lovely ones - all these of us. Fri 1911 Rained in the night & this a.m. Wore the hat I trimmed over yesterday! Did Theatre Programmes tonight. Gurdon was here a little while. Late getting to bed. (Slemin specifications today) Sat. 1912 A little cooler - & showery. Made blue prints all a.m. To Cro'nest to dinner with Jo & the Boys - and dear Mother. Then photographed them & the boys & I (and "Gretchen" & "Baby Bumps") went to the Park the odd - ways - down dales & up hills & back thro' our woods - a lovely two-hours stroll & the boys so dear. Mother & I went to Chattie to supper. Mrs. Baker(just starting for Bedford) Lura (just back from Sklt.) Kitty C & Mrs. Olin (just off for 1000 Is) were there & we had a very nice time! Mon 1913 A perfectly lovely day. Went thro' the Station with Trudy, Mother (& Claude) this a.m. - almost done & looks fine. in p.m. went with her to [illegible] where she saw the Boys, who met me with Nana. I rode to Putneyville with them & we explored the beach before supper and had a nice row in a flat bottomed boat afterward. Bed early. Had quite a talk with Mr. Ocumpaigh
- then rather interesting bachelor host!
Tues 1914 Rain today! Rode home with Jim. Our "cousin" Dick Schermerhorn (another of the Schermerhorn Genealogy) called this p.m. Read tonight. 'Phoned Ruth
who is hard at it at Mechanics.

232AUGUST 11 Thurs 1910. The Office again J.G. was kind but said very little. I think he is "shy" as Claude says - J.W. & I had a nice long talk. Hanna was very nice. Everyone was us fact. Auntie went home at 11:35 a.m. And in the afternoon Mother packed Father's trunk with his things to send her. Claude got back - pretty tired with business cares & all but so dear! He is a brick. Sat up till all hours answering letters &c. We have so many & such lovely ones - all these of us. Fri 1911 Rained in the night & this a.m. Wore the hat I trimmed over yesterday! Did Theatre Programmes tonight. Gurdon was here a little while. Late getting to bed. (Slemin specifications today) Sat. 1912 A little cooler - & showery. Made blue prints all a.m. To Cro'nest to dinner with Jo & the Boys - and dear Mother. Then photographed them & the boys & I (and "Gretchen" & "Baby Bumps") went to the Park the odd - ways - down dales & up hills & back thro' our woods - a lovely two-hours stroll & the boys so dear. Mother & I went to Chattie to supper. Mrs. Baker(just starting for Bedford) Lura (just back from Sklt.) Kitty C & Mrs. Olin (just off for 1000 Is) were there & we had a very nice time! Mon 1913 A perfectly lovely day. Went thro' the Station with Trudy, Mother (& Claude) this a.m. - almost done & looks fine. in p.m. went with her to [illegible] where she saw the Boys, who met me with Nana. I rode to Putneyville with them & we explored the beach before supper and had a nice row in a flat bottomed boat afterward. Bed early. Had quite a talk with Mr. Ocumpaigh
- then rather interesting bachelor host!
Tues 1914 Rain today! Rode home with Jim. Our "cousin" Dick Schermerhorn (another of the Schermerhorn Genealogy) called this p.m. Read tonight. 'Phoned Ruth
who is hard at it at Mechanics.

232AUGUST 11 Thurs 1910. The Office again J.G. was kind but said very little. I think he is "shy" as Claude says - J.W. & I had a nice long talk. Hanna was very nice. Everyone was us fact. Auntie went home at 11:35 a.m. And in the afternoon Mother packed Father's trunk with his things to send her. Claude got back - pretty tired with business cares & all but so dear! He is a brick. Sat up till all hours answering letters &c. We have so many & such lovely ones - all these of us. Fri 1911 Rained in the night & this a.m. Wore the hat I trimmed over yesterday! Did Theatre Programmes tonight. Gurdon was here a little while. Late getting to bed. (Slemin specifications today) Sat. 1912 A little cooler - & showery. Made blue prints all a.m. To Cro'nest to dinner with Jo & the Boys - and dear Mother. Then photographed them & the boys & I (and "Gretchen" & "Baby Bumps") went to the Park the odd - ways - down dales & up hills & back thro' our woods - a lovely two-hours stroll & the boys so dear. Mother & I went to Chattie to supper. Mrs. Baker(just starting for Bedford) Lura (just back from Sklt.) Kitty C & Mrs. Olin (just off for 1000 Is) were there & we had a very nice time! Mon 1913 A perfectly lovely day. Went thro' the Station with Trudy, Mother (& Claude) this a.m. - almost done & looks fine. in p.m. went with her to [illegible] where she saw the Boys, who met me with Nana. I rode to Putneyville with them & we explored the beach before supper and had a nice row in a flat bottomed boat afterward. Bed early. Had quite a talk with Mr. Ocumpaigh
- then rather interesting bachelor host!
Tues 1914 Rain today! Rode home with Jim. Our "cousin" Dick Schermerhorn (another of the Schermerhorn Genealogy) called this p.m. Read tonight. 'Phoned Ruth
who is hard at it at Mechanics.
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