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64MARCH 4 Fri 1910 Still Spring weather & floods subsiding. Went to Nan's this noon & then to Sibley's for sandwich & coffee. Mr. Lockwood (of the Remington's office) is back after a year of nervous prostration - 7 mos. at Dansville &c. J.G. went to N.Y. this morning. J.W. wrote him tonight about Watkins of Glenny's - who says they are going to sell their bldg & want to come up on the Avenue & so do Scrantom & W.&c. &c. &c!! Marguerite was over tonight & I went to Mrs. Short's about my new dress. Sat 1911 Went over to the Hippodrome this noon & got acquainted with Miss Eldredge, who sings there. She has memorized nearly 300 songs in a year! Mabel came up & made quite a long call this p.m. It stormed & I enjoyed it. Then I went & sat with Meta half an hour & then went out to Miss Limerick's to try on shirt- waists. Had neuralgia quite bad tonight. Mother went thro' Clara Weston (Stroble's) house. Mon 1912 Busy. Home to lunch. Nearly finished arranging my Bermuda (picture) book tonight & sewed. Great excitement about the Kodak dividends to be distributed among employees. Tues 1913 Woodlow Wilson inaugurated today (the big suffrage parade yesterday) I worked hard all day - went to the Hippodrome this noon. Visited with Lura tonight & Marguerite came over this evening. Lydia
here about Van & not getting a telegram from her Washington man.
Wed 1914 Walter Hampden came this a.m. Just for the Eight Players (Chicago &c.) He looks thin. Has lost 15 pounds or so. Was in all the a.m. & awfully nice. Mother came down to lunch & she got me a lovely new spring bed. Read awhile tonight & there played "Run
" with Ruth
. The Corris baby - Mary Elizabeth, born (Marguerite said - 6th)

64MARCH 4 Fri 1910 Still Spring weather & floods subsiding. Went to Nan's this noon & then to Sibley's for sandwich & coffee. Mr. Lockwood (of the Remington's office) is back after a year of nervous prostration - 7 mos. at Dansville &c. J.G. went to N.Y. this morning. J.W. wrote him tonight about Watkins of Glenny's - who says they are going to sell their bldg & want to come up on the Avenue & so do Scrantom & W.&c. &c. &c!! Marguerite was over tonight & I went to Mrs. Short's about my new dress. Sat 1911 Went over to the Hippodrome this noon & got acquainted with Miss Eldredge, who sings there. She has memorized nearly 300 songs in a year! Mabel came up & made quite a long call this p.m. It stormed & I enjoyed it. Then I went & sat with Meta half an hour & then went out to Miss Limerick's to try on shirt- waists. Had neuralgia quite bad tonight. Mother went thro' Clara Weston (Stroble's) house. Mon 1912 Busy. Home to lunch. Nearly finished arranging my Bermuda (picture) book tonight & sewed. Great excitement about the Kodak dividends to be distributed among employees. Tues 1913 Woodlow Wilson inaugurated today (the big suffrage parade yesterday) I worked hard all day - went to the Hippodrome this noon. Visited with Lura tonight & Marguerite came over this evening. Lydia
here about Van & not getting a telegram from her Washington man.
Wed 1914 Walter Hampden came this a.m. Just for the Eight Players (Chicago &c.) He looks thin. Has lost 15 pounds or so. Was in all the a.m. & awfully nice. Mother came down to lunch & she got me a lovely new spring bed. Read awhile tonight & there played "Run
" with Ruth
. The Corris baby - Mary Elizabeth, born (Marguerite said - 6th)

64MARCH 4 Fri 1910 Still Spring weather & floods subsiding. Went to Nan's this noon & then to Sibley's for sandwich & coffee. Mr. Lockwood (of the Remington's office) is back after a year of nervous prostration - 7 mos. at Dansville &c. J.G. went to N.Y. this morning. J.W. wrote him tonight about Watkins of Glenny's - who says they are going to sell their bldg & want to come up on the Avenue & so do Scrantom & W.&c. &c. &c!! Marguerite was over tonight & I went to Mrs. Short's about my new dress. Sat 1911 Went over to the Hippodrome this noon & got acquainted with Miss Eldredge, who sings there. She has memorized nearly 300 songs in a year! Mabel came up & made quite a long call this p.m. It stormed & I enjoyed it. Then I went & sat with Meta half an hour & then went out to Miss Limerick's to try on shirt- waists. Had neuralgia quite bad tonight. Mother went thro' Clara Weston (Stroble's) house. Mon 1912 Busy. Home to lunch. Nearly finished arranging my Bermuda (picture) book tonight & sewed. Great excitement about the Kodak dividends to be distributed among employees. Tues 1913 Woodlow Wilson inaugurated today (the big suffrage parade yesterday) I worked hard all day - went to the Hippodrome this noon. Visited with Lura tonight & Marguerite came over this evening. Lydia
here about Van & not getting a telegram from her Washington man.
Wed 1914 Walter Hampden came this a.m. Just for the Eight Players (Chicago &c.) He looks thin. Has lost 15 pounds or so. Was in all the a.m. & awfully nice. Mother came down to lunch & she got me a lovely new spring bed. Read awhile tonight & there played "Run
" with Ruth
. The Corris baby - Mary Elizabeth, born (Marguerite said - 6th)
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