36FEBRUARY 5 Sat 1910 Staid down again today & went to Seel's & Hippodrome. J.W. has been awful the last few day's! Lillian is failing fast. Tonight moved my things upstairs, fixed grape fruit &c. & did cash ac- counts - I'm anticipating Nan's visit - wish Alice was to be here! all our. Cutler Bldg. halls are tiled now & look fine. Claude is in N.Y. & Jim in Montreal! Sun. 1911 Beautiful morning - but cold - Wld have been fine at the Falls, went up to Claude's to dinner, the children
in white & dear. Henry told me all about "Peter Pan" explained the map &c. &c. & neither of them would let me turn past the picture of "the big fairies" I took some pictures & we went home rather early - Minnie
came (from Lovejoys) Later Mary & Nellie came to our house & we had a nice grate fire & supper & such a nice visit - the old times - It was cold & black outside
Mon. 1912 Nice Letter from Jim - Who comes home from Annapolis with his "Helen" today - a dull dark dreary day - Celia
left and Alice Mer
came to Cro'nest, Wrote to Trudy - who has just been to Oswego on acct. of Mrs. Hine's death - and now to read "The New Chronicles of Rebecca."
Wed. 1913 Cold & stormy. Had a nice grate fire tonight and the girls
sat around it & Mother read letters & later recited "[illegible]". They both loved it & told how happy they were here.
Thurs. 1914 Nice day - & eventful - at one I entertained my relatives Claude, Nan Moore, Mother, Alice, Harriette
, Bob, Marian & Anna at the G.V. Club, at luncheon & a chat afterward. At six Mother & I were at Hubbard's watching Ruth
's & Gurdon's beautiful marriage ceremony. Then we ate supper with Judge
& Mrs. Sutherland & Nan (good time), saw the over 300 beautiful presents. Then the "tango" and then the big reception - till nearly 11. Claude & Marian
there & dozens others I knew. Hubert
best man & Evelyn
& Elizabeth
the maids - & the Miller
& Miss, Andrew Sutherland, Sherman Ward &c.

36FEBRUARY 5 Sat 1910 Staid down again today & went to Seel's & Hippodrome. J.W. has been awful the last few day's! Lillian is failing fast. Tonight moved my things upstairs, fixed grape fruit &c. & did cash ac- counts - I'm anticipating Nan's visit - wish Alice was to be here! all our. Cutler Bldg. halls are tiled now & look fine. Claude is in N.Y. & Jim in Montreal! Sun. 1911 Beautiful morning - but cold - Wld have been fine at the Falls, went up to Claude's to dinner, the children
in white & dear. Henry told me all about "Peter Pan" explained the map &c. &c. & neither of them would let me turn past the picture of "the big fairies" I took some pictures & we went home rather early - Minnie
came (from Lovejoys) Later Mary & Nellie came to our house & we had a nice grate fire & supper & such a nice visit - the old times - It was cold & black outside
Mon. 1912 Nice Letter from Jim - Who comes home from Annapolis with his "Helen" today - a dull dark dreary day - Celia
left and Alice Mer
came to Cro'nest, Wrote to Trudy - who has just been to Oswego on acct. of Mrs. Hine's death - and now to read "The New Chronicles of Rebecca."
Wed. 1913 Cold & stormy. Had a nice grate fire tonight and the girls
sat around it & Mother read letters & later recited "[illegible]". They both loved it & told how happy they were here.
Thurs. 1914 Nice day - & eventful - at one I entertained my relatives Claude, Nan Moore, Mother, Alice, Harriette
, Bob, Marian & Anna at the G.V. Club, at luncheon & a chat afterward. At six Mother & I were at Hubbard's watching Ruth
's & Gurdon's beautiful marriage ceremony. Then we ate supper with Judge
& Mrs. Sutherland & Nan (good time), saw the over 300 beautiful presents. Then the "tango" and then the big reception - till nearly 11. Claude & Marian
there & dozens others I knew. Hubert
best man & Evelyn
& Elizabeth
the maids - & the Miller
& Miss, Andrew Sutherland, Sherman Ward &c.

36FEBRUARY 5 Sat 1910 Staid down again today & went to Seel's & Hippodrome. J.W. has been awful the last few day's! Lillian is failing fast. Tonight moved my things upstairs, fixed grape fruit &c. & did cash ac- counts - I'm anticipating Nan's visit - wish Alice was to be here! all our. Cutler Bldg. halls are tiled now & look fine. Claude is in N.Y. & Jim in Montreal! Sun. 1911 Beautiful morning - but cold - Wld have been fine at the Falls, went up to Claude's to dinner, the children
in white & dear. Henry told me all about "Peter Pan" explained the map &c. &c. & neither of them would let me turn past the picture of "the big fairies" I took some pictures & we went home rather early - Minnie
came (from Lovejoys) Later Mary & Nellie came to our house & we had a nice grate fire & supper & such a nice visit - the old times - It was cold & black outside
Mon. 1912 Nice Letter from Jim - Who comes home from Annapolis with his "Helen" today - a dull dark dreary day - Celia
left and Alice Mer
came to Cro'nest, Wrote to Trudy - who has just been to Oswego on acct. of Mrs. Hine's death - and now to read "The New Chronicles of Rebecca."
Wed. 1913 Cold & stormy. Had a nice grate fire tonight and the girls
sat around it & Mother read letters & later recited "[illegible]". They both loved it & told how happy they were here.
Thurs. 1914 Nice day - & eventful - at one I entertained my relatives Claude, Nan Moore, Mother, Alice, Harriette
, Bob, Marian & Anna at the G.V. Club, at luncheon & a chat afterward. At six Mother & I were at Hubbard's watching Ruth
's & Gurdon's beautiful marriage ceremony. Then we ate supper with Judge
& Mrs. Sutherland & Nan (good time), saw the over 300 beautiful presents. Then the "tango" and then the big reception - till nearly 11. Claude & Marian
there & dozens others I knew. Hubert
best man & Evelyn
& Elizabeth
the maids - & the Miller
& Miss, Andrew Sutherland, Sherman Ward &c.
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