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1897.
a good deal - Maud was delighted with the "Twelve Perfects" (She asked, too, if all American girls were as nice as I?!!!) & we counted the beautiful stars and the electric launch "Libbie" brought the Ponds in & we "jollied" the crew & we lay & counted stars & picked our constellations (they were very bright) till 10:30 or so. Then came up to Ned's room for more sky- larking& some water melon which Mrs. Graham had put in the ice box for us - dear soul! The girls dispersed with great hilarity & talk of "Nux" & such-like things & thanks that a doctor was "handy-by" - Ned seemed much pleased with the Shakespear Charlotte& I gave her (8 volumes of the "Temple") and was very sweet about it to me - as she caressed me on my chair arm at Burleigh - I wish I could describe the "parlor" there. Roses in carpet, a locked piano. Horse hair sofas & pictures of Kate Claxton & Buffalo Bill! In the night a storm (mostly wind) came up and Mary visited me an hour and a half Ned's awning got loose, Jimmie
came up

1897.
a good deal - Maud was delighted with the "Twelve Perfects" (She asked, too, if all American girls were as nice as I?!!!) & we counted the beautiful stars and the electric launch "Libbie" brought the Ponds in & we "jollied" the crew & we lay & counted stars & picked our constellations (they were very bright) till 10:30 or so. Then came up to Ned's room for more sky- larking& some water melon which Mrs. Graham had put in the ice box for us - dear soul! The girls dispersed with great hilarity & talk of "Nux" & such-like things & thanks that a doctor was "handy-by" - Ned seemed much pleased with the Shakespear Charlotte& I gave her (8 volumes of the "Temple") and was very sweet about it to me - as she caressed me on my chair arm at Burleigh - I wish I could describe the "parlor" there. Roses in carpet, a locked piano. Horse hair sofas & pictures of Kate Claxton & Buffalo Bill! In the night a storm (mostly wind) came up and Mary visited me an hour and a half Ned's awning got loose, Jimmie
came up

1897.
a good deal - Maud was delighted with the "Twelve Perfects" (She asked, too, if all American girls were as nice as I?!!!) & we counted the beautiful stars and the electric launch "Libbie" brought the Ponds in & we "jollied" the crew & we lay & counted stars & picked our constellations (they were very bright) till 10:30 or so. Then came up to Ned's room for more sky- larking& some water melon which Mrs. Graham had put in the ice box for us - dear soul! The girls dispersed with great hilarity & talk of "Nux" & such-like things & thanks that a doctor was "handy-by" - Ned seemed much pleased with the Shakespear Charlotte& I gave her (8 volumes of the "Temple") and was very sweet about it to me - as she caressed me on my chair arm at Burleigh - I wish I could describe the "parlor" there. Roses in carpet, a locked piano. Horse hair sofas & pictures of Kate Claxton & Buffalo Bill! In the night a storm (mostly wind) came up and Mary visited me an hour and a half Ned's awning got loose, Jimmie
came up
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