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MEMORANDA
Dec. 18 1910
(*"^u Danby ^u")
Channie has an invisible play- mate called "Tobby"*. He is "sleeping in a kit (attic") His "muzzer is dressing him" &c. &c. Today Chan said he had the Funny-ache "down here" (pointing to his leg) & when he found that was wrong said & was "at the bottom of his froat" (throat) He calls potato "taboe"
Oct. 1 1911 This little Frances
is a youthful Isadora Duncan. Danced with a flower (& kneeled & gave it to me) as tho' she was a dream. Did "Electra" and some lovely Spanish things. She has 2 sisters even more beautiful (their pictures). Mrs. S
has a nephew who was a toreador in Spain. I saw his pictures - also her "my 2 Gardens"
done in silver & turquoise (CFB's design) for which she is making a Florentine case. The (house is full of things "with a history" & even the garden vases all like a Maxfield Parrish picture!
19 bed and weak but really much better. Chan wanted "Father" to telephone Friday (28th) that "Nana's temperature was normal"! CFB has been reading her Henry James, which she enjoys. He is giving a series of lectures at Mrs. Allen's & that is his subject new years. Nov. 18 1913. Henry wrote a poem & illustrated it. It began: "Oh the woe Oh we love to hear the cannons roar Oh we love to see the flashing soards. Oh we love to see the white sails on the sea But when we see the heroes on the decks All served with heroes blood" &c! 19 I am made the confident of two both dead in love with E.A.S., and she knows I know it. F and I are so far apart in the way they see things that I can see nothing but a break in their friendship. Who's to mend it! E.A.S. or me or no one?

MEMORANDA
Dec. 18 1910
(*"^u Danby ^u")
Channie has an invisible play- mate called "Tobby"*. He is "sleeping in a kit (attic") His "muzzer is dressing him" &c. &c. Today Chan said he had the Funny-ache "down here" (pointing to his leg) & when he found that was wrong said & was "at the bottom of his froat" (throat) He calls potato "taboe"
Oct. 1 1911 This little Frances
is a youthful Isadora Duncan. Danced with a flower (& kneeled & gave it to me) as tho' she was a dream. Did "Electra" and some lovely Spanish things. She has 2 sisters even more beautiful (their pictures). Mrs. S
has a nephew who was a toreador in Spain. I saw his pictures - also her "my 2 Gardens"
done in silver & turquoise (CFB's design) for which she is making a Florentine case. The (house is full of things "with a history" & even the garden vases all like a Maxfield Parrish picture!
19 bed and weak but really much better. Chan wanted "Father" to telephone Friday (28th) that "Nana's temperature was normal"! CFB has been reading her Henry James, which she enjoys. He is giving a series of lectures at Mrs. Allen's & that is his subject new years. Nov. 18 1913. Henry wrote a poem & illustrated it. It began: "Oh the woe Oh we love to hear the cannons roar Oh we love to see the flashing soards. Oh we love to see the white sails on the sea But when we see the heroes on the decks All served with heroes blood" &c! 19 I am made the confident of two both dead in love with E.A.S., and she knows I know it. F and I are so far apart in the way they see things that I can see nothing but a break in their friendship. Who's to mend it! E.A.S. or me or no one?

MEMORANDA
Dec. 18 1910
(*"^u Danby ^u")
Channie has an invisible play- mate called "Tobby"*. He is "sleeping in a kit (attic") His "muzzer is dressing him" &c. &c. Today Chan said he had the Funny-ache "down here" (pointing to his leg) & when he found that was wrong said & was "at the bottom of his froat" (throat) He calls potato "taboe"
Oct. 1 1911 This little Frances
is a youthful Isadora Duncan. Danced with a flower (& kneeled & gave it to me) as tho' she was a dream. Did "Electra" and some lovely Spanish things. She has 2 sisters even more beautiful (their pictures). Mrs. S
has a nephew who was a toreador in Spain. I saw his pictures - also her "my 2 Gardens"
done in silver & turquoise (CFB's design) for which she is making a Florentine case. The (house is full of things "with a history" & even the garden vases all like a Maxfield Parrish picture!
19 bed and weak but really much better. Chan wanted "Father" to telephone Friday (28th) that "Nana's temperature was normal"! CFB has been reading her Henry James, which she enjoys. He is giving a series of lectures at Mrs. Allen's & that is his subject new years. Nov. 18 1913. Henry wrote a poem & illustrated it. It began: "Oh the woe Oh we love to hear the cannons roar Oh we love to see the flashing soards. Oh we love to see the white sails on the sea But when we see the heroes on the decks All served with heroes blood" &c! 19 I am made the confident of two both dead in love with E.A.S., and she knows I know it. F and I are so far apart in the way they see things that I can see nothing but a break in their friendship. Who's to mend it! E.A.S. or me or no one?
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