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269SEPTEMBER 17 Sat. 1910 A lovely morning. Mother went with me to the station and we met Edith there. Had a nice trip to Schenectady and a lovely chicken lunch. Ran for the DXH train & met Gertrude & Frances Braley in Saratoga. Had a nice p.m. - walking around to Canfield's Garden - Hawthorn spring and the stores. Mrs Braley sent a lunch which in had in Walton Park. The girls left 6:10 and me at 6:30 - at Stony creek we rode up to the Inn (3 miles) in the stage in the most beautiful moonlight I ever saw. Had two nice rooms. Lots of hunters going out tonight. Sun 1911 A heavenly beautiful day! I fussed around with blue prints &c. all the morning & at noon we went to Claude's to dinner. The boys were in their long trousers (Chan's with [illegible]) looked so cute. I took some pictures. Afterward we - Mother the boys & I - went to the hospital to see [illegible] Jim - who has lost much flesh. Then got back (across the fields) just in time to say how-do-do to Dr. & Mrs. Hoyt & Dr. Seymour - who were taking "Father" for an auto ride. Then I went (by the park to Helen D.'s to supper - Lura there too. Stopped to see Clubb's house also. Tues 1912 Nice day. Claude back from N.Y. & all very busy indeed. Wed 1913 Rain this morning. I shopped this noon and tonight went to the "Gordon Theatre" & home to read and bath bed. Rather warm & muggy. Read new "Century". Thurs 1915 Had the lovliest ride today with Jim & Herbert Stern & a bag of primes way out to 9 mile point and beyond & to Rogers lovely lake front & back thro' Webster & the float Bridge. The weather is perfect & has been since last Saturday a.m.

269SEPTEMBER 17 Sat. 1910 A lovely morning. Mother went with me to the station and we met Edith there. Had a nice trip to Schenectady and a lovely chicken lunch. Ran for the DXH train & met Gertrude & Frances Braley in Saratoga. Had a nice p.m. - walking around to Canfield's Garden - Hawthorn spring and the stores. Mrs Braley sent a lunch which in had in Walton Park. The girls left 6:10 and me at 6:30 - at Stony creek we rode up to the Inn (3 miles) in the stage in the most beautiful moonlight I ever saw. Had two nice rooms. Lots of hunters going out tonight. Sun 1911 A heavenly beautiful day! I fussed around with blue prints &c. all the morning & at noon we went to Claude's to dinner. The boys were in their long trousers (Chan's with [illegible]) looked so cute. I took some pictures. Afterward we - Mother the boys & I - went to the hospital to see [illegible] Jim - who has lost much flesh. Then got back (across the fields) just in time to say how-do-do to Dr. & Mrs. Hoyt & Dr. Seymour - who were taking "Father" for an auto ride. Then I went (by the park to Helen D.'s to supper - Lura there too. Stopped to see Clubb's house also. Tues 1912 Nice day. Claude back from N.Y. & all very busy indeed. Wed 1913 Rain this morning. I shopped this noon and tonight went to the "Gordon Theatre" & home to read and bath bed. Rather warm & muggy. Read new "Century". Thurs 1915 Had the lovliest ride today with Jim & Herbert Stern & a bag of primes way out to 9 mile point and beyond & to Rogers lovely lake front & back thro' Webster & the float Bridge. The weather is perfect & has been since last Saturday a.m.

269SEPTEMBER 17 Sat. 1910 A lovely morning. Mother went with me to the station and we met Edith there. Had a nice trip to Schenectady and a lovely chicken lunch. Ran for the DXH train & met Gertrude & Frances Braley in Saratoga. Had a nice p.m. - walking around to Canfield's Garden - Hawthorn spring and the stores. Mrs Braley sent a lunch which in had in Walton Park. The girls left 6:10 and me at 6:30 - at Stony creek we rode up to the Inn (3 miles) in the stage in the most beautiful moonlight I ever saw. Had two nice rooms. Lots of hunters going out tonight. Sun 1911 A heavenly beautiful day! I fussed around with blue prints &c. all the morning & at noon we went to Claude's to dinner. The boys were in their long trousers (Chan's with [illegible]) looked so cute. I took some pictures. Afterward we - Mother the boys & I - went to the hospital to see [illegible] Jim - who has lost much flesh. Then got back (across the fields) just in time to say how-do-do to Dr. & Mrs. Hoyt & Dr. Seymour - who were taking "Father" for an auto ride. Then I went (by the park to Helen D.'s to supper - Lura there too. Stopped to see Clubb's house also. Tues 1912 Nice day. Claude back from N.Y. & all very busy indeed. Wed 1913 Rain this morning. I shopped this noon and tonight went to the "Gordon Theatre" & home to read and bath bed. Rather warm & muggy. Read new "Century". Thurs 1915 Had the lovliest ride today with Jim & Herbert Stern & a bag of primes way out to 9 mile point and beyond & to Rogers lovely lake front & back thro' Webster & the float Bridge. The weather is perfect & has been since last Saturday a.m.
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