Primary tabs


down to ask him some words this p.m. & he told me some of the history of his travels - with the map. War has begun - in earnest today, when the fleet sailed for Havanna, & captured a couple of Spanish freighters Everyone is excited about it & the papers are issuing in- numerable Editions & selling them. Papa is in Oswego - Claude in Apr. 23. Sat. Geneseo today & in Oswego Sat. I felt even "worser" today & staid home again this p.m. - Finished reading "Trilby" again & loafed and sewed & slept. J.G. hasn't been down since Monday - Mrs. J.W. is much worried about "Brother Hal", who is in the Seventh Regiment & Mrs. Davis is just sick over Frank's going - He gave me his picture - in his Corporal's uniform - a good one. Apr. 24 Sun. A bon gray day - sleep till ten & get into my giddy red wrapper - only half dressed - for the rest. No meal till dinner - which is a cozy one for us three - Con didn't come. Wrote to Papa. Read Davis's complacent Paris articles & Gellett Burgess's clever little story in Harper's


down to ask him some words this p.m. & he told me some of the history of his travels - with the map. War has begun - in earnest today, when the fleet sailed for Havanna, & captured a couple of Spanish freighters Everyone is excited about it & the papers are issuing in- numerable Editions & selling them. Papa is in Oswego - Claude in Apr. 23. Sat. Geneseo today & in Oswego Sat. I felt even "worser" today & staid home again this p.m. - Finished reading "Trilby" again & loafed and sewed & slept. J.G. hasn't been down since Monday - Mrs. J.W. is much worried about "Brother Hal", who is in the Seventh Regiment & Mrs. Davis is just sick over Frank's going - He gave me his picture - in his Corporal's uniform - a good one. Apr. 24 Sun. A bon gray day - sleep till ten & get into my giddy red wrapper - only half dressed - for the rest. No meal till dinner - which is a cozy one for us three - Con didn't come. Wrote to Papa. Read Davis's complacent Paris articles & Gellett Burgess's clever little story in Harper's


down to ask him some words this p.m. & he told me some of the history of his travels - with the map. War has begun - in earnest today, when the fleet sailed for Havanna, & captured a couple of Spanish freighters Everyone is excited about it & the papers are issuing in- numerable Editions & selling them. Papa is in Oswego - Claude in Apr. 23. Sat. Geneseo today & in Oswego Sat. I felt even "worser" today & staid home again this p.m. - Finished reading "Trilby" again & loafed and sewed & slept. J.G. hasn't been down since Monday - Mrs. J.W. is much worried about "Brother Hal", who is in the Seventh Regiment & Mrs. Davis is just sick over Frank's going - He gave me his picture - in his Corporal's uniform - a good one. Apr. 24 Sun. A bon gray day - sleep till ten & get into my giddy red wrapper - only half dressed - for the rest. No meal till dinner - which is a cozy one for us three - Con didn't come. Wrote to Papa. Read Davis's complacent Paris articles & Gellett Burgess's clever little story in Harper's

Page: of 308