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1897.
pretty soon Mr. Greerson came & I went down in "the old bookstore" afterward and it was all quite a success. Made the acquaintance of the vagabond cat "Sarah Bernhart". Staid home this evening. Oct. 22. Friday
Marion Brower born 10 lbs.
Mary came up right after supper to see if I'd go down to Edith's - which I did - (to meet her later) & she didn't get there till after nine because of cars being blocked by the procession in honor of the opening of Lyell Avenue pavement, After Mary came - & Elsie
- we played pedro till nearly eleven. Met Freddie & invited her to lunch tomorrow. Oct. 23. Sat. Frederica's and Bert Crump's 26th birthday. Took Freddie a pretty little cast today & she was evidently delighted with it. Then we went to lunch at Sibley's and really had a very nice time indeed. Lura met me to tell me of the arrival of a daughter to Bert
& Hattie Brower, in Buffalo. Mrs. Bangs (whom I'd never met before) was waiting in Claude's office with tickets to the matinee - "She Stoops to Conquer", and I easily cajoled Gilmore into letting me go. I was glad to see the play. It was beautifully put on - but I didn't like Mrs. Robson as "Kate" at all, at all! I like Mrs. Bangs first rate. She's an awfully smart woman & writes plays herself. She's writing a farce, now with Harvey Ellis's help. I was riding my wheel home when I met Mary & Helen D. on

1897.
pretty soon Mr. Greerson came & I went down in "the old bookstore" afterward and it was all quite a success. Made the acquaintance of the vagabond cat "Sarah Bernhart". Staid home this evening. Oct. 22. Friday
Marion Brower born 10 lbs.
Mary came up right after supper to see if I'd go down to Edith's - which I did - (to meet her later) & she didn't get there till after nine because of cars being blocked by the procession in honor of the opening of Lyell Avenue pavement, After Mary came - & Elsie
- we played pedro till nearly eleven. Met Freddie & invited her to lunch tomorrow. Oct. 23. Sat. Frederica's and Bert Crump's 26th birthday. Took Freddie a pretty little cast today & she was evidently delighted with it. Then we went to lunch at Sibley's and really had a very nice time indeed. Lura met me to tell me of the arrival of a daughter to Bert
& Hattie Brower, in Buffalo. Mrs. Bangs (whom I'd never met before) was waiting in Claude's office with tickets to the matinee - "She Stoops to Conquer", and I easily cajoled Gilmore into letting me go. I was glad to see the play. It was beautifully put on - but I didn't like Mrs. Robson as "Kate" at all, at all! I like Mrs. Bangs first rate. She's an awfully smart woman & writes plays herself. She's writing a farce, now with Harvey Ellis's help. I was riding my wheel home when I met Mary & Helen D. on

1897.
pretty soon Mr. Greerson came & I went down in "the old bookstore" afterward and it was all quite a success. Made the acquaintance of the vagabond cat "Sarah Bernhart". Staid home this evening. Oct. 22. Friday
Marion Brower born 10 lbs.
Mary came up right after supper to see if I'd go down to Edith's - which I did - (to meet her later) & she didn't get there till after nine because of cars being blocked by the procession in honor of the opening of Lyell Avenue pavement, After Mary came - & Elsie
- we played pedro till nearly eleven. Met Freddie & invited her to lunch tomorrow. Oct. 23. Sat. Frederica's and Bert Crump's 26th birthday. Took Freddie a pretty little cast today & she was evidently delighted with it. Then we went to lunch at Sibley's and really had a very nice time indeed. Lura met me to tell me of the arrival of a daughter to Bert
& Hattie Brower, in Buffalo. Mrs. Bangs (whom I'd never met before) was waiting in Claude's office with tickets to the matinee - "She Stoops to Conquer", and I easily cajoled Gilmore into letting me go. I was glad to see the play. It was beautifully put on - but I didn't like Mrs. Robson as "Kate" at all, at all! I like Mrs. Bangs first rate. She's an awfully smart woman & writes plays herself. She's writing a farce, now with Harvey Ellis's help. I was riding my wheel home when I met Mary & Helen D. on
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