Primary tabs


345DECEMBER 2 Fri 1910 Good sleighing today - & a year ago when we moved here ( 22 Hubbell Park) it was like October! We got up at 6:30 & Meta went off early. Frieda & Leslie
went for a walk. I came home to lunch & found Henry & Chan here - the dears. Henry can spell his name -H-e-n-r-y. Tonight went to Hippo & MacKinnon's late supper - sewed &c. Meta had a last Edition
with Mr. Letchworth's death (yesterday) at Portage.
Sat 1911 Nice day. Lunched with Lura & Mrs. B. and worked this p.m. on (a long letter to Wynne I took on the typewriter) Tonight we 3 went to "The Spring Maid" at the Lyceum - very pretty & tuneful a big crowd. Mon 1912 Rainy & dreary. Dear Claude got home this morning - but things (E's Mother) in N.Y. make him rather blue. He say it "will come out all right". Lunched at Duffy's cafeteria with Klem. Busy with letters. Very tired tonight & dear Mother very lame. Coralyn
back too. Lydia
read "Jennie Brice". Figured till late. It is getting colder - & windy.
Tues 1913 Lunched today with the girls (I believe I didn't eat any yesterday?) and tonight went with Ruth Kingsley to see John Drew in "The Tyranny of Tears" & Barrie's "The Will". Enjoyed it immensely. Everybody in Home was there. Wed. 1914 Still rainy. Lunched with Bess & Mary and at 5 took Miss Uptons Umbrellas home & she made me come in for an upstairs dinner & chat & showed me pretty Baltimore things & the house & is urging me to go to California with her! 'Phoned Irene later.

345DECEMBER 2 Fri 1910 Good sleighing today - & a year ago when we moved here ( 22 Hubbell Park) it was like October! We got up at 6:30 & Meta went off early. Frieda & Leslie
went for a walk. I came home to lunch & found Henry & Chan here - the dears. Henry can spell his name -H-e-n-r-y. Tonight went to Hippo & MacKinnon's late supper - sewed &c. Meta had a last Edition
with Mr. Letchworth's death (yesterday) at Portage.
Sat 1911 Nice day. Lunched with Lura & Mrs. B. and worked this p.m. on (a long letter to Wynne I took on the typewriter) Tonight we 3 went to "The Spring Maid" at the Lyceum - very pretty & tuneful a big crowd. Mon 1912 Rainy & dreary. Dear Claude got home this morning - but things (E's Mother) in N.Y. make him rather blue. He say it "will come out all right". Lunched at Duffy's cafeteria with Klem. Busy with letters. Very tired tonight & dear Mother very lame. Coralyn
back too. Lydia
read "Jennie Brice". Figured till late. It is getting colder - & windy.
Tues 1913 Lunched today with the girls (I believe I didn't eat any yesterday?) and tonight went with Ruth Kingsley to see John Drew in "The Tyranny of Tears" & Barrie's "The Will". Enjoyed it immensely. Everybody in Home was there. Wed. 1914 Still rainy. Lunched with Bess & Mary and at 5 took Miss Uptons Umbrellas home & she made me come in for an upstairs dinner & chat & showed me pretty Baltimore things & the house & is urging me to go to California with her! 'Phoned Irene later.

345DECEMBER 2 Fri 1910 Good sleighing today - & a year ago when we moved here ( 22 Hubbell Park) it was like October! We got up at 6:30 & Meta went off early. Frieda & Leslie
went for a walk. I came home to lunch & found Henry & Chan here - the dears. Henry can spell his name -H-e-n-r-y. Tonight went to Hippo & MacKinnon's late supper - sewed &c. Meta had a last Edition
with Mr. Letchworth's death (yesterday) at Portage.
Sat 1911 Nice day. Lunched with Lura & Mrs. B. and worked this p.m. on (a long letter to Wynne I took on the typewriter) Tonight we 3 went to "The Spring Maid" at the Lyceum - very pretty & tuneful a big crowd. Mon 1912 Rainy & dreary. Dear Claude got home this morning - but things (E's Mother) in N.Y. make him rather blue. He say it "will come out all right". Lunched at Duffy's cafeteria with Klem. Busy with letters. Very tired tonight & dear Mother very lame. Coralyn
back too. Lydia
read "Jennie Brice". Figured till late. It is getting colder - & windy.
Tues 1913 Lunched today with the girls (I believe I didn't eat any yesterday?) and tonight went with Ruth Kingsley to see John Drew in "The Tyranny of Tears" & Barrie's "The Will". Enjoyed it immensely. Everybody in Home was there. Wed. 1914 Still rainy. Lunched with Bess & Mary and at 5 took Miss Uptons Umbrellas home & she made me come in for an upstairs dinner & chat & showed me pretty Baltimore things & the house & is urging me to go to California with her! 'Phoned Irene later.
Page: of 397