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304OCTOBER 22 Sat 1910 A strenuous morning - Frey's - Bevier Entrance &c &c. all fussed
up but got home shortly after one. Claude the children and Letitia went to [illegible] ing (Mrs. Ward's) at 4:10 I oiled the fireplace bricks - got gasoline & did various errands. Marguerite brought a puzzle over tonight. Lovely, it was easy as I was awfully sleepy! Herbert delighted with prospect of Hayden's for Gurdon.
Sun 1911 Marguerite & I went to Buffalo at 8:20 - met Mrs. Bratt
& Bessies there & went on to the falls from noon till nearly 2. We walked around goat Island. The coloring of both woods & water was perfectly beautiful. We walked around the edge. It was lovelier than ever. Then we went to the Kaltenbach (up beyond the cataract) & had a long German dinner & it rained hard - but stopped so that we got the 3:15 gorge train & spent 2 lovely hours in that beautiful "right" hard side. It rained some but the lowering clouds made the rapids grander - foliage lovely & thin. Got the 5:30 to Buffalo & the Bratts left us at Black Rock. M. & I got a phosphate in Buffalo & looked into the Statler came home on the 7:15. Reading the N.Y. papers. A lovely day altogether.
Tues 1912 Polished off specifications &c and was very tired & came home to a good supper but just as we were ready Mother's knee (which had been lame several days it seems) gave out and I fixed her up with antifiligestive &c &c. Wed 1913 Cool morning & some rain today. Went down town to banks at noon. Home with Jim via. Miss Hubbell's to get a cake. Read and wrote tonight - Mother went calling today. Thurs 1914 Another lovely day but cooler. Mrs. Baker lunched with me (Mother had Mrs. C & Mrs B.) at 4:30 "Cap" Gridley & I walked out the Ave. & to Culver Road Bridge. The red sunset (& afterward) sky reflected - The lace - edged Pinnacle, the crescent moon & evening star were be-au-ti-ful! Walked back to Park Ave & rested this eve. (Quite tired) after late supper.

304OCTOBER 22 Sat 1910 A strenuous morning - Frey's - Bevier Entrance &c &c. all fussed
up but got home shortly after one. Claude the children and Letitia went to [illegible] ing (Mrs. Ward's) at 4:10 I oiled the fireplace bricks - got gasoline & did various errands. Marguerite brought a puzzle over tonight. Lovely, it was easy as I was awfully sleepy! Herbert delighted with prospect of Hayden's for Gurdon.
Sun 1911 Marguerite & I went to Buffalo at 8:20 - met Mrs. Bratt
& Bessies there & went on to the falls from noon till nearly 2. We walked around goat Island. The coloring of both woods & water was perfectly beautiful. We walked around the edge. It was lovelier than ever. Then we went to the Kaltenbach (up beyond the cataract) & had a long German dinner & it rained hard - but stopped so that we got the 3:15 gorge train & spent 2 lovely hours in that beautiful "right" hard side. It rained some but the lowering clouds made the rapids grander - foliage lovely & thin. Got the 5:30 to Buffalo & the Bratts left us at Black Rock. M. & I got a phosphate in Buffalo & looked into the Statler came home on the 7:15. Reading the N.Y. papers. A lovely day altogether.
Tues 1912 Polished off specifications &c and was very tired & came home to a good supper but just as we were ready Mother's knee (which had been lame several days it seems) gave out and I fixed her up with antifiligestive &c &c. Wed 1913 Cool morning & some rain today. Went down town to banks at noon. Home with Jim via. Miss Hubbell's to get a cake. Read and wrote tonight - Mother went calling today. Thurs 1914 Another lovely day but cooler. Mrs. Baker lunched with me (Mother had Mrs. C & Mrs B.) at 4:30 "Cap" Gridley & I walked out the Ave. & to Culver Road Bridge. The red sunset (& afterward) sky reflected - The lace - edged Pinnacle, the crescent moon & evening star were be-au-ti-ful! Walked back to Park Ave & rested this eve. (Quite tired) after late supper.

304OCTOBER 22 Sat 1910 A strenuous morning - Frey's - Bevier Entrance &c &c. all fussed
up but got home shortly after one. Claude the children and Letitia went to [illegible] ing (Mrs. Ward's) at 4:10 I oiled the fireplace bricks - got gasoline & did various errands. Marguerite brought a puzzle over tonight. Lovely, it was easy as I was awfully sleepy! Herbert delighted with prospect of Hayden's for Gurdon.
Sun 1911 Marguerite & I went to Buffalo at 8:20 - met Mrs. Bratt
& Bessies there & went on to the falls from noon till nearly 2. We walked around goat Island. The coloring of both woods & water was perfectly beautiful. We walked around the edge. It was lovelier than ever. Then we went to the Kaltenbach (up beyond the cataract) & had a long German dinner & it rained hard - but stopped so that we got the 3:15 gorge train & spent 2 lovely hours in that beautiful "right" hard side. It rained some but the lowering clouds made the rapids grander - foliage lovely & thin. Got the 5:30 to Buffalo & the Bratts left us at Black Rock. M. & I got a phosphate in Buffalo & looked into the Statler came home on the 7:15. Reading the N.Y. papers. A lovely day altogether.
Tues 1912 Polished off specifications &c and was very tired & came home to a good supper but just as we were ready Mother's knee (which had been lame several days it seems) gave out and I fixed her up with antifiligestive &c &c. Wed 1913 Cool morning & some rain today. Went down town to banks at noon. Home with Jim via. Miss Hubbell's to get a cake. Read and wrote tonight - Mother went calling today. Thurs 1914 Another lovely day but cooler. Mrs. Baker lunched with me (Mother had Mrs. C & Mrs B.) at 4:30 "Cap" Gridley & I walked out the Ave. & to Culver Road Bridge. The red sunset (& afterward) sky reflected - The lace - edged Pinnacle, the crescent moon & evening star were be-au-ti-ful! Walked back to Park Ave & rested this eve. (Quite tired) after late supper.
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