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262SEPTEMBER 10 Sat 1910 Lovely day. Washed dishes. Went to Mrs. Farmer to phone, Kath & Henry & Letitia & Chan came down and at 12 I met Lura and Mary and took them to lunch at Sibley's. Stopped at Cutler's to see Alice who is dis- gusted. The Catholics are grafting everything got some of my pictures & then went to So. Park & met Mother. Kath the boys & Letitia (driving) & spent the p.m. there watching Frisbie'sbiplane get ready. Took one turn around the park & saw lots of people I knew. Stull's Wray's - western Aldens, Whitneys &c &c &c. He flew at last - after five - beautifully came down [illegible] by Red Creek! Flack's were over tonight by the fire. Edith invited me to Wray's camp! Sun 1911 A gorgeous day. Made prints all the a.m. & read "Queed" and "Three Plays" all the p.m. up at Claude's. Nana went out & I dressed the children when they woke up & sat with them on the piazza. They were dears. Herbert Moyer (our up- stairs lodger) announced his engagement to "Miss Lizzie Herden, 114 Berlin St. Rochester N.Y." - They are to be married in April 1912 & take "Luther"
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Tues 1912 The hottest day since July. 90° this pm at 3! Mary Gridley, Mary Dickens & Bess came up tonight - & spent the evening. Before Mother & I sat on the piazza & Miss Fox & I went over for ice cream. Wed 1913 The coolest 10th of Sept. in years! (see above). Claude got back from Deerfield last night & went to Canan- daigua today. This p.m. Jim went to Mead's in the auto & took Louise, Mother & me - came home a "long" way. Saw "while the Starlight Comes" A reincar- nation moving picture show this p.m.
Lunched with Edith J.
Thurs 1914 Fine day. All of us (10) including the Dellons) went by launch & trail to 8th Lake & cooked a great dinner which we had on the Big Rock "We have such nice time on Thursday" Mr. Cooke says. Then caught grasshoppers (not me) & we 4 girls went north on the old Uncas Road (lovely) over 3 broken bridges across the swamp land (herons) & thro' the balsams (deer tracks). Back at 4 & Ruth rowed all over to Michaels (river deserted which we explored) New Balsam in the Shack. At the campfire Mrs. C. sang the "Bogie Man Rag" in costume - all white & very effective.

262SEPTEMBER 10 Sat 1910 Lovely day. Washed dishes. Went to Mrs. Farmer to phone, Kath & Henry & Letitia & Chan came down and at 12 I met Lura and Mary and took them to lunch at Sibley's. Stopped at Cutler's to see Alice who is dis- gusted. The Catholics are grafting everything got some of my pictures & then went to So. Park & met Mother. Kath the boys & Letitia (driving) & spent the p.m. there watching Frisbie'sbiplane get ready. Took one turn around the park & saw lots of people I knew. Stull's Wray's - western Aldens, Whitneys &c &c &c. He flew at last - after five - beautifully came down [illegible] by Red Creek! Flack's were over tonight by the fire. Edith invited me to Wray's camp! Sun 1911 A gorgeous day. Made prints all the a.m. & read "Queed" and "Three Plays" all the p.m. up at Claude's. Nana went out & I dressed the children when they woke up & sat with them on the piazza. They were dears. Herbert Moyer (our up- stairs lodger) announced his engagement to "Miss Lizzie Herden, 114 Berlin St. Rochester N.Y." - They are to be married in April 1912 & take "Luther"
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Tues 1912 The hottest day since July. 90° this pm at 3! Mary Gridley, Mary Dickens & Bess came up tonight - & spent the evening. Before Mother & I sat on the piazza & Miss Fox & I went over for ice cream. Wed 1913 The coolest 10th of Sept. in years! (see above). Claude got back from Deerfield last night & went to Canan- daigua today. This p.m. Jim went to Mead's in the auto & took Louise, Mother & me - came home a "long" way. Saw "while the Starlight Comes" A reincar- nation moving picture show this p.m.
Lunched with Edith J.
Thurs 1914 Fine day. All of us (10) including the Dellons) went by launch & trail to 8th Lake & cooked a great dinner which we had on the Big Rock "We have such nice time on Thursday" Mr. Cooke says. Then caught grasshoppers (not me) & we 4 girls went north on the old Uncas Road (lovely) over 3 broken bridges across the swamp land (herons) & thro' the balsams (deer tracks). Back at 4 & Ruth rowed all over to Michaels (river deserted which we explored) New Balsam in the Shack. At the campfire Mrs. C. sang the "Bogie Man Rag" in costume - all white & very effective.

262SEPTEMBER 10 Sat 1910 Lovely day. Washed dishes. Went to Mrs. Farmer to phone, Kath & Henry & Letitia & Chan came down and at 12 I met Lura and Mary and took them to lunch at Sibley's. Stopped at Cutler's to see Alice who is dis- gusted. The Catholics are grafting everything got some of my pictures & then went to So. Park & met Mother. Kath the boys & Letitia (driving) & spent the p.m. there watching Frisbie'sbiplane get ready. Took one turn around the park & saw lots of people I knew. Stull's Wray's - western Aldens, Whitneys &c &c &c. He flew at last - after five - beautifully came down [illegible] by Red Creek! Flack's were over tonight by the fire. Edith invited me to Wray's camp! Sun 1911 A gorgeous day. Made prints all the a.m. & read "Queed" and "Three Plays" all the p.m. up at Claude's. Nana went out & I dressed the children when they woke up & sat with them on the piazza. They were dears. Herbert Moyer (our up- stairs lodger) announced his engagement to "Miss Lizzie Herden, 114 Berlin St. Rochester N.Y." - They are to be married in April 1912 & take "Luther"
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Tues 1912 The hottest day since July. 90° this pm at 3! Mary Gridley, Mary Dickens & Bess came up tonight - & spent the evening. Before Mother & I sat on the piazza & Miss Fox & I went over for ice cream. Wed 1913 The coolest 10th of Sept. in years! (see above). Claude got back from Deerfield last night & went to Canan- daigua today. This p.m. Jim went to Mead's in the auto & took Louise, Mother & me - came home a "long" way. Saw "while the Starlight Comes" A reincar- nation moving picture show this p.m.
Lunched with Edith J.
Thurs 1914 Fine day. All of us (10) including the Dellons) went by launch & trail to 8th Lake & cooked a great dinner which we had on the Big Rock "We have such nice time on Thursday" Mr. Cooke says. Then caught grasshoppers (not me) & we 4 girls went north on the old Uncas Road (lovely) over 3 broken bridges across the swamp land (herons) & thro' the balsams (deer tracks). Back at 4 & Ruth rowed all over to Michaels (river deserted which we explored) New Balsam in the Shack. At the campfire Mrs. C. sang the "Bogie Man Rag" in costume - all white & very effective.
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