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305OCTOBER 23 Sun 1910 I heard it rain this a.m. (in bed) but it had stopped) & there were lovely clouds & lakes of sunshine - &. wind later. Marguerite walked up the river road & thro to edge of G.V. Park to the Aviation field and saw Johnstone's biplane & Mr. Eels. Who has had two misharp lately - the mechanician showed us. It was a fine walk. After a good dinner went over to see Chattie - Mrs. Bridges was there. Dear little Frances too train -. I read 2 McClures thro - and some more things & tended furnace fires & cats. Miss my [illegible] Mon 1911 Much cooler & pleasant Busy of course. Called on Jim at noon. didn't fell first rate - too much Niagara water or Dutch [illegible] & queen Did my accounts wrote &c at night Claude invited the Hampdens to stop here on their way to Chicago to act in R.H. Davis' " Black mail" Read aloud Bed Early Wed 1912 Got Mother into my room this a.m. Was home till after noon Baked bread (!) &c. Lydia
helped. Mother more comfortable. Claude had to go N.Y. tonight He's very busy too!
Thurs 1913 Read the new magazines tonight late went to the "basket lunch" at on church with Mother this noon & out to Florence's new house (18 Belmont) to supper thought. Had a real good time. All the Facility and Fred Chapman (star boarder-in Eastman's) were there. Baorrowed 3 books Fri 1914 Lunched with Florence & had a nice chat, but she is restless - I am intensely intersted in this 3 - cornered love affair - Florence - Irene - Edith S. &. I'm getting drawn into it myself. Irene phoned me today - Mother and I went to Cro'nest to dinner - or Norman Zelle. Channie's charming invented name - of -a -place (mem).

305OCTOBER 23 Sun 1910 I heard it rain this a.m. (in bed) but it had stopped) & there were lovely clouds & lakes of sunshine - &. wind later. Marguerite walked up the river road & thro to edge of G.V. Park to the Aviation field and saw Johnstone's biplane & Mr. Eels. Who has had two misharp lately - the mechanician showed us. It was a fine walk. After a good dinner went over to see Chattie - Mrs. Bridges was there. Dear little Frances too train -. I read 2 McClures thro - and some more things & tended furnace fires & cats. Miss my [illegible] Mon 1911 Much cooler & pleasant Busy of course. Called on Jim at noon. didn't fell first rate - too much Niagara water or Dutch [illegible] & queen Did my accounts wrote &c at night Claude invited the Hampdens to stop here on their way to Chicago to act in R.H. Davis' " Black mail" Read aloud Bed Early Wed 1912 Got Mother into my room this a.m. Was home till after noon Baked bread (!) &c. Lydia
helped. Mother more comfortable. Claude had to go N.Y. tonight He's very busy too!
Thurs 1913 Read the new magazines tonight late went to the "basket lunch" at on church with Mother this noon & out to Florence's new house (18 Belmont) to supper thought. Had a real good time. All the Facility and Fred Chapman (star boarder-in Eastman's) were there. Baorrowed 3 books Fri 1914 Lunched with Florence & had a nice chat, but she is restless - I am intensely intersted in this 3 - cornered love affair - Florence - Irene - Edith S. &. I'm getting drawn into it myself. Irene phoned me today - Mother and I went to Cro'nest to dinner - or Norman Zelle. Channie's charming invented name - of -a -place (mem).

305OCTOBER 23 Sun 1910 I heard it rain this a.m. (in bed) but it had stopped) & there were lovely clouds & lakes of sunshine - &. wind later. Marguerite walked up the river road & thro to edge of G.V. Park to the Aviation field and saw Johnstone's biplane & Mr. Eels. Who has had two misharp lately - the mechanician showed us. It was a fine walk. After a good dinner went over to see Chattie - Mrs. Bridges was there. Dear little Frances too train -. I read 2 McClures thro - and some more things & tended furnace fires & cats. Miss my [illegible] Mon 1911 Much cooler & pleasant Busy of course. Called on Jim at noon. didn't fell first rate - too much Niagara water or Dutch [illegible] & queen Did my accounts wrote &c at night Claude invited the Hampdens to stop here on their way to Chicago to act in R.H. Davis' " Black mail" Read aloud Bed Early Wed 1912 Got Mother into my room this a.m. Was home till after noon Baked bread (!) &c. Lydia
helped. Mother more comfortable. Claude had to go N.Y. tonight He's very busy too!
Thurs 1913 Read the new magazines tonight late went to the "basket lunch" at on church with Mother this noon & out to Florence's new house (18 Belmont) to supper thought. Had a real good time. All the Facility and Fred Chapman (star boarder-in Eastman's) were there. Baorrowed 3 books Fri 1914 Lunched with Florence & had a nice chat, but she is restless - I am intensely intersted in this 3 - cornered love affair - Florence - Irene - Edith S. &. I'm getting drawn into it myself. Irene phoned me today - Mother and I went to Cro'nest to dinner - or Norman Zelle. Channie's charming invented name - of -a -place (mem).
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