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253SEPTEMBER 1 Thurs 1910 Horrid day. J.G. got home. Lunched with Mother & Miss G. at Sibley's and they shopped. Henry& Chan down in the morning. Calls tonight from Mr. Pringle and Mrs. Boyce & Jack. Fri. 1911 Still busy. Claude home at noon after a second successful Green Acre trip. I lunched with Lura yesterday & went home today. This evening sat on Rowe's steps with the Mahar's & McSweeney's a while & then came home & sewed and did accounts &c. Sun. 1912 Pouring rain this a.m. but cleared hot. To the outdoor dinner at Claude's. Henry was simply be- witching this p.m. Took his picture with bow & arrow. Chan & he had presents from Mrs. Ramsdell - just back from Europe. It was showery this p.m. I had coffee with Letitia before I came down. Read Collier's in the evening. My "hay fever" has turned into serious hoarseness. Mon. 1913
E.L.O & "Blonde" - [illegible]!
Labor day. A lovely day as to weather. I moved my things into the front room again (I've been sleeping there all summer). Rearranged & settled. Home all day, only called at Caring's a few minutes (Elsie just home) Played flinch with Mother.
Tues. 1914 Lovely calm morning & turned out quite warm. Seven of us went via launch & Waddy's auto to Big Moose Lake for the day. A lovely road. Went to Dart's camp (on Dart's Lake) first. Had the cedar walk to King's food's camp - a good dinner (sat by Mr. Bush) a nice launch ride around the beautiful lake, a siesta on the grass (with "Bess" the dog) some rain & the upper boat house veranda before that a walk past the cottages. &c. &c. Home for supper (late) & then some of Uncle Billys's interesting stories by the farm. Mr. Mead called to say goodbye &c. He is near here.

253SEPTEMBER 1 Thurs 1910 Horrid day. J.G. got home. Lunched with Mother & Miss G. at Sibley's and they shopped. Henry& Chan down in the morning. Calls tonight from Mr. Pringle and Mrs. Boyce & Jack. Fri. 1911 Still busy. Claude home at noon after a second successful Green Acre trip. I lunched with Lura yesterday & went home today. This evening sat on Rowe's steps with the Mahar's & McSweeney's a while & then came home & sewed and did accounts &c. Sun. 1912 Pouring rain this a.m. but cleared hot. To the outdoor dinner at Claude's. Henry was simply be- witching this p.m. Took his picture with bow & arrow. Chan & he had presents from Mrs. Ramsdell - just back from Europe. It was showery this p.m. I had coffee with Letitia before I came down. Read Collier's in the evening. My "hay fever" has turned into serious hoarseness. Mon. 1913
E.L.O & "Blonde" - [illegible]!
Labor day. A lovely day as to weather. I moved my things into the front room again (I've been sleeping there all summer). Rearranged & settled. Home all day, only called at Caring's a few minutes (Elsie just home) Played flinch with Mother.
Tues. 1914 Lovely calm morning & turned out quite warm. Seven of us went via launch & Waddy's auto to Big Moose Lake for the day. A lovely road. Went to Dart's camp (on Dart's Lake) first. Had the cedar walk to King's food's camp - a good dinner (sat by Mr. Bush) a nice launch ride around the beautiful lake, a siesta on the grass (with "Bess" the dog) some rain & the upper boat house veranda before that a walk past the cottages. &c. &c. Home for supper (late) & then some of Uncle Billys's interesting stories by the farm. Mr. Mead called to say goodbye &c. He is near here.

253SEPTEMBER 1 Thurs 1910 Horrid day. J.G. got home. Lunched with Mother & Miss G. at Sibley's and they shopped. Henry& Chan down in the morning. Calls tonight from Mr. Pringle and Mrs. Boyce & Jack. Fri. 1911 Still busy. Claude home at noon after a second successful Green Acre trip. I lunched with Lura yesterday & went home today. This evening sat on Rowe's steps with the Mahar's & McSweeney's a while & then came home & sewed and did accounts &c. Sun. 1912 Pouring rain this a.m. but cleared hot. To the outdoor dinner at Claude's. Henry was simply be- witching this p.m. Took his picture with bow & arrow. Chan & he had presents from Mrs. Ramsdell - just back from Europe. It was showery this p.m. I had coffee with Letitia before I came down. Read Collier's in the evening. My "hay fever" has turned into serious hoarseness. Mon. 1913
E.L.O & "Blonde" - [illegible]!
Labor day. A lovely day as to weather. I moved my things into the front room again (I've been sleeping there all summer). Rearranged & settled. Home all day, only called at Caring's a few minutes (Elsie just home) Played flinch with Mother.
Tues. 1914 Lovely calm morning & turned out quite warm. Seven of us went via launch & Waddy's auto to Big Moose Lake for the day. A lovely road. Went to Dart's camp (on Dart's Lake) first. Had the cedar walk to King's food's camp - a good dinner (sat by Mr. Bush) a nice launch ride around the beautiful lake, a siesta on the grass (with "Bess" the dog) some rain & the upper boat house veranda before that a walk past the cottages. &c. &c. Home for supper (late) & then some of Uncle Billys's interesting stories by the farm. Mr. Mead called to say goodbye &c. He is near here.
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