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48FEBRUARY 17 Thurs 1910 Snowy, but I walked 3 times today. Tonight however is a terribly drifty windy blizzard and I hear no cars running. We've been reading cozily. Ethel Mundy has begun a wax picture of Chandler. Henry sang "Yip-i-addy-i-ay" to me thro' the 'phone tonight! Poor Lillian very very low - It is so sad. Fri. 1911 Went to Dr. McInter this a.m. & short
he'd fixed my tooth all right but had a lot more neuralgia the rest of the day & evening. Horrid rainy slippery, melty day. Home at noon. Gurdon came up for an hour or 2 tonight, he has moved to 5 Phelps Ave. [illegible] Bath & bed early.
Sat 1912 Very tiring day. Lunched quickly - with Lura & went back to office. Stayed late to write a "photoplay". Shopped &c. and didn't get home till late. Supper about 9 (!) & was up too late altogether. Mon 1913 Claude staid over to visit the
Straights
on Long Island. Gurdon was in "happy & gay" - like a west wind. Tonight Lydia
& I teazed Coralyn
to go and see "The Pirates of Penzance" at Shuberts (top). It was awfully good and we had a good time. It was Coralyn
's first opera.
Tues 1914 Nice winter weather. Mother came down today and we shopped. Got her a nice coat at McCurdy's and a spring hat(!) Lunched together at Sibley's. Tonight I went to the Gordon & saw Mary Pickford in "Hearts Adrift" Then to Child's to supper & home to accounts writing &c. (Getting more cold?)

48FEBRUARY 17 Thurs 1910 Snowy, but I walked 3 times today. Tonight however is a terribly drifty windy blizzard and I hear no cars running. We've been reading cozily. Ethel Mundy has begun a wax picture of Chandler. Henry sang "Yip-i-addy-i-ay" to me thro' the 'phone tonight! Poor Lillian very very low - It is so sad. Fri. 1911 Went to Dr. McInter this a.m. & short
he'd fixed my tooth all right but had a lot more neuralgia the rest of the day & evening. Horrid rainy slippery, melty day. Home at noon. Gurdon came up for an hour or 2 tonight, he has moved to 5 Phelps Ave. [illegible] Bath & bed early.
Sat 1912 Very tiring day. Lunched quickly - with Lura & went back to office. Stayed late to write a "photoplay". Shopped &c. and didn't get home till late. Supper about 9 (!) & was up too late altogether. Mon 1913 Claude staid over to visit the
Straights
on Long Island. Gurdon was in "happy & gay" - like a west wind. Tonight Lydia
& I teazed Coralyn
to go and see "The Pirates of Penzance" at Shuberts (top). It was awfully good and we had a good time. It was Coralyn
's first opera.
Tues 1914 Nice winter weather. Mother came down today and we shopped. Got her a nice coat at McCurdy's and a spring hat(!) Lunched together at Sibley's. Tonight I went to the Gordon & saw Mary Pickford in "Hearts Adrift" Then to Child's to supper & home to accounts writing &c. (Getting more cold?)

48FEBRUARY 17 Thurs 1910 Snowy, but I walked 3 times today. Tonight however is a terribly drifty windy blizzard and I hear no cars running. We've been reading cozily. Ethel Mundy has begun a wax picture of Chandler. Henry sang "Yip-i-addy-i-ay" to me thro' the 'phone tonight! Poor Lillian very very low - It is so sad. Fri. 1911 Went to Dr. McInter this a.m. & short
he'd fixed my tooth all right but had a lot more neuralgia the rest of the day & evening. Horrid rainy slippery, melty day. Home at noon. Gurdon came up for an hour or 2 tonight, he has moved to 5 Phelps Ave. [illegible] Bath & bed early.
Sat 1912 Very tiring day. Lunched quickly - with Lura & went back to office. Stayed late to write a "photoplay". Shopped &c. and didn't get home till late. Supper about 9 (!) & was up too late altogether. Mon 1913 Claude staid over to visit the
Straights
on Long Island. Gurdon was in "happy & gay" - like a west wind. Tonight Lydia
& I teazed Coralyn
to go and see "The Pirates of Penzance" at Shuberts (top). It was awfully good and we had a good time. It was Coralyn
's first opera.
Tues 1914 Nice winter weather. Mother came down today and we shopped. Got her a nice coat at McCurdy's and a spring hat(!) Lunched together at Sibley's. Tonight I went to the Gordon & saw Mary Pickford in "Hearts Adrift" Then to Child's to supper & home to accounts writing &c. (Getting more cold?)
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