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MEMORANDA
July 19 1910. Mother got a letter from Hariette Corse with a lot of Nancy's funny sayings which reminds me that since Celia (who is English) has been taking care of our boys in Letitia's absence. Chan talks about ("it in his 'Ed" and. calls it a "trayne of cars" &c. real English style. He seems to have transferred all his ad- oration to his Father. Henry delighted to go back doesn't want to stay Saturday! He loves his home!! July 1911 Henry says "What are you thinking about Father?" "Something you don't understand - Higher Space" "But I know what space is", said Henry "it's anything there is room for". He was telling Gran'ma about a new baby he saw. It's blue eyes cunning little fingers" &c. "And how much hair has it?" said Gran'ma. "Oh, about as much as Father"! was his reply. 19 over the ridge behind a fine team by lovely moonlight. Puffy trains - jeweled & belching, flames were making for the distant high bridge. It was a heavenly day - & Lydia
tho't so too! Waited an hour in the hotel. Had a sleep but comfortable, journey home. Mother at 10:30. Roy McAllester, Mrs. Saterlee, the [illegible] Rogers & other automobilists were at Glen Iris.
Aug. 2-3-4 1913. - conesus. Our party were = Marguerite Rowe Katty Edward (Helen
's sister & Jimmy
's & Am'n daughter) Ruth Sandford (charming - postal cards - sister of Georgia
who called here - & Helen)
Levancha Eaton (dark hair eyes - Horty Milley's daughter) Ruth Brittle ("Pag" friend & so pretty) Helen Sandford (Ruth's sister - big & athletic and Mary Senalley) called "Mary Jane" - small & quiet, sandy haired. Relatef to Jackson's & "Sarah"[illegible] - Peg's special friend.
Dec. 11 1914 At the dinner were Herbert Stull's [illegible] & Mr. & Mrs. Colebrook. Mrs. C. was very charming & very nice to me. Invited me to come & see her &c. We had one of dear lady's lovely dinner and the conversation - especially - after the meal - was very entertaining. Didn't get home till midnight!

MEMORANDA
July 19 1910. Mother got a letter from Hariette Corse with a lot of Nancy's funny sayings which reminds me that since Celia (who is English) has been taking care of our boys in Letitia's absence. Chan talks about ("it in his 'Ed" and. calls it a "trayne of cars" &c. real English style. He seems to have transferred all his ad- oration to his Father. Henry delighted to go back doesn't want to stay Saturday! He loves his home!! July 1911 Henry says "What are you thinking about Father?" "Something you don't understand - Higher Space" "But I know what space is", said Henry "it's anything there is room for". He was telling Gran'ma about a new baby he saw. It's blue eyes cunning little fingers" &c. "And how much hair has it?" said Gran'ma. "Oh, about as much as Father"! was his reply. 19 over the ridge behind a fine team by lovely moonlight. Puffy trains - jeweled & belching, flames were making for the distant high bridge. It was a heavenly day - & Lydia
tho't so too! Waited an hour in the hotel. Had a sleep but comfortable, journey home. Mother at 10:30. Roy McAllester, Mrs. Saterlee, the [illegible] Rogers & other automobilists were at Glen Iris.
Aug. 2-3-4 1913. - conesus. Our party were = Marguerite Rowe Katty Edward (Helen
's sister & Jimmy
's & Am'n daughter) Ruth Sandford (charming - postal cards - sister of Georgia
who called here - & Helen)
Levancha Eaton (dark hair eyes - Horty Milley's daughter) Ruth Brittle ("Pag" friend & so pretty) Helen Sandford (Ruth's sister - big & athletic and Mary Senalley) called "Mary Jane" - small & quiet, sandy haired. Relatef to Jackson's & "Sarah"[illegible] - Peg's special friend.
Dec. 11 1914 At the dinner were Herbert Stull's [illegible] & Mr. & Mrs. Colebrook. Mrs. C. was very charming & very nice to me. Invited me to come & see her &c. We had one of dear lady's lovely dinner and the conversation - especially - after the meal - was very entertaining. Didn't get home till midnight!

MEMORANDA
July 19 1910. Mother got a letter from Hariette Corse with a lot of Nancy's funny sayings which reminds me that since Celia (who is English) has been taking care of our boys in Letitia's absence. Chan talks about ("it in his 'Ed" and. calls it a "trayne of cars" &c. real English style. He seems to have transferred all his ad- oration to his Father. Henry delighted to go back doesn't want to stay Saturday! He loves his home!! July 1911 Henry says "What are you thinking about Father?" "Something you don't understand - Higher Space" "But I know what space is", said Henry "it's anything there is room for". He was telling Gran'ma about a new baby he saw. It's blue eyes cunning little fingers" &c. "And how much hair has it?" said Gran'ma. "Oh, about as much as Father"! was his reply. 19 over the ridge behind a fine team by lovely moonlight. Puffy trains - jeweled & belching, flames were making for the distant high bridge. It was a heavenly day - & Lydia
tho't so too! Waited an hour in the hotel. Had a sleep but comfortable, journey home. Mother at 10:30. Roy McAllester, Mrs. Saterlee, the [illegible] Rogers & other automobilists were at Glen Iris.
Aug. 2-3-4 1913. - conesus. Our party were = Marguerite Rowe Katty Edward (Helen
's sister & Jimmy
's & Am'n daughter) Ruth Sandford (charming - postal cards - sister of Georgia
who called here - & Helen)
Levancha Eaton (dark hair eyes - Horty Milley's daughter) Ruth Brittle ("Pag" friend & so pretty) Helen Sandford (Ruth's sister - big & athletic and Mary Senalley) called "Mary Jane" - small & quiet, sandy haired. Relatef to Jackson's & "Sarah"[illegible] - Peg's special friend.
Dec. 11 1914 At the dinner were Herbert Stull's [illegible] & Mr. & Mrs. Colebrook. Mrs. C. was very charming & very nice to me. Invited me to come & see her &c. We had one of dear lady's lovely dinner and the conversation - especially - after the meal - was very entertaining. Didn't get home till midnight!
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