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356DECEMBER 13 Tues. 1910 Mother & I lunched at Sibley's (Autumn Chapter day.) It was very strenuous at the office. I worked till about 7 & then went to F & W's & Hippo & home. Up late again, talking with Meta - who stays here nights. Wed. 1911 Cooler. Rain this morning, but cleared off. Got my tickets & express checks. Home to lunch. Tonight went to Fred & Clara Boyce's to dinner such a good one - & stayed till 10:30 or so. They told us about Jno. Church's & charen Alice [illegible] engagement. Rode up with Miss Craigen who had been to see the Russian Dancers. Fri. 1912 (looking at above) Rode down with Miss Craigen, who told me about her Mother's death. Home to lunch for a change. The girls sat around the table with us (as usual / tonight and then we "retired" to our rooms to read. Sat. 1913 Dark morning. Claude, Jim, "Herbie" Stern & I had a ride out to the lovely new Stern factory & then to the Station. I work steadily till after 3. Felt blue & tired & miserable - but went to the Art Gallery & met Marguerite & saw the Sterner pictures & then took a nice walk, tho' "circle" St. & to the tracks & budge. Back to a nice dinner & evening with Miss Henry Ethel Manchester, Miss Woodhouse & Mr. R. Sun. 1914 A dark cloudy day. Breakfast at 10:30. Dinner at 4. Fixed Xmas things &c. and in the evening Florence and Irene came - in a lovely snowstorm. We had a lovely time sitting before the fire, and later had supper on the Library table then Letitia came and brought us come "short bread". The girls seemed to enjoy it & I did. F. gave me a letter she'd written to E.A.S. to read.

356DECEMBER 13 Tues. 1910 Mother & I lunched at Sibley's (Autumn Chapter day.) It was very strenuous at the office. I worked till about 7 & then went to F & W's & Hippo & home. Up late again, talking with Meta - who stays here nights. Wed. 1911 Cooler. Rain this morning, but cleared off. Got my tickets & express checks. Home to lunch. Tonight went to Fred & Clara Boyce's to dinner such a good one - & stayed till 10:30 or so. They told us about Jno. Church's & charen Alice [illegible] engagement. Rode up with Miss Craigen who had been to see the Russian Dancers. Fri. 1912 (looking at above) Rode down with Miss Craigen, who told me about her Mother's death. Home to lunch for a change. The girls sat around the table with us (as usual / tonight and then we "retired" to our rooms to read. Sat. 1913 Dark morning. Claude, Jim, "Herbie" Stern & I had a ride out to the lovely new Stern factory & then to the Station. I work steadily till after 3. Felt blue & tired & miserable - but went to the Art Gallery & met Marguerite & saw the Sterner pictures & then took a nice walk, tho' "circle" St. & to the tracks & budge. Back to a nice dinner & evening with Miss Henry Ethel Manchester, Miss Woodhouse & Mr. R. Sun. 1914 A dark cloudy day. Breakfast at 10:30. Dinner at 4. Fixed Xmas things &c. and in the evening Florence and Irene came - in a lovely snowstorm. We had a lovely time sitting before the fire, and later had supper on the Library table then Letitia came and brought us come "short bread". The girls seemed to enjoy it & I did. F. gave me a letter she'd written to E.A.S. to read.

356DECEMBER 13 Tues. 1910 Mother & I lunched at Sibley's (Autumn Chapter day.) It was very strenuous at the office. I worked till about 7 & then went to F & W's & Hippo & home. Up late again, talking with Meta - who stays here nights. Wed. 1911 Cooler. Rain this morning, but cleared off. Got my tickets & express checks. Home to lunch. Tonight went to Fred & Clara Boyce's to dinner such a good one - & stayed till 10:30 or so. They told us about Jno. Church's & charen Alice [illegible] engagement. Rode up with Miss Craigen who had been to see the Russian Dancers. Fri. 1912 (looking at above) Rode down with Miss Craigen, who told me about her Mother's death. Home to lunch for a change. The girls sat around the table with us (as usual / tonight and then we "retired" to our rooms to read. Sat. 1913 Dark morning. Claude, Jim, "Herbie" Stern & I had a ride out to the lovely new Stern factory & then to the Station. I work steadily till after 3. Felt blue & tired & miserable - but went to the Art Gallery & met Marguerite & saw the Sterner pictures & then took a nice walk, tho' "circle" St. & to the tracks & budge. Back to a nice dinner & evening with Miss Henry Ethel Manchester, Miss Woodhouse & Mr. R. Sun. 1914 A dark cloudy day. Breakfast at 10:30. Dinner at 4. Fixed Xmas things &c. and in the evening Florence and Irene came - in a lovely snowstorm. We had a lovely time sitting before the fire, and later had supper on the Library table then Letitia came and brought us come "short bread". The girls seemed to enjoy it & I did. F. gave me a letter she'd written to E.A.S. to read.
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