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Aug. 20 Friday J.G. let me go today and Trudy & I started out early for Oswego, via. the Arundell. Con came down to the station to see us off and went way to Charlotte with us, and then almost got left by the train - which went just before the boat did. It was rather rough going over - but such a clear beautiful day. We did enjoy it & were not sick. Ate our luncheon & candy Gilmore sent me and had a good visit, arriving at Oswego about 1:30 or so - Mame met us & "Uncle Will", who took us up to the 9th street house (239) to dinner with "Aunt Nellie

". They were very cordial and there was some of the old familiar furniture &c. We had some fine coffee for dinner. Then dressed and went over to make some calls - at the Hines' where we met Nellie
& her sister & Mrs. Hines. Then to Mrs. Bassett's & found Kate
was in Walton. Then to Jennie Davis' where we saw her & Annie & Mate Parsons and Mrs. Davis. Then to Taylors - no one home - & to Mrs. Andrews who told us all about Gene
& his Greek experiences & showed us his photo- graphs & a piece of the pulp he took of the Parthenon inscription with, & some


Aug. 20 Friday J.G. let me go today and Trudy & I started out early for Oswego, via. the Arundell. Con came down to the station to see us off and went way to Charlotte with us, and then almost got left by the train - which went just before the boat did. It was rather rough going over - but such a clear beautiful day. We did enjoy it & were not sick. Ate our luncheon & candy Gilmore sent me and had a good visit, arriving at Oswego about 1:30 or so - Mame met us & "Uncle Will", who took us up to the 9th street house (239) to dinner with "Aunt Nellie

". They were very cordial and there was some of the old familiar furniture &c. We had some fine coffee for dinner. Then dressed and went over to make some calls - at the Hines' where we met Nellie
& her sister & Mrs. Hines. Then to Mrs. Bassett's & found Kate
was in Walton. Then to Jennie Davis' where we saw her & Annie & Mate Parsons and Mrs. Davis. Then to Taylors - no one home - & to Mrs. Andrews who told us all about Gene
& his Greek experiences & showed us his photo- graphs & a piece of the pulp he took of the Parthenon inscription with, & some


Aug. 20 Friday J.G. let me go today and Trudy & I started out early for Oswego, via. the Arundell. Con came down to the station to see us off and went way to Charlotte with us, and then almost got left by the train - which went just before the boat did. It was rather rough going over - but such a clear beautiful day. We did enjoy it & were not sick. Ate our luncheon & candy Gilmore sent me and had a good visit, arriving at Oswego about 1:30 or so - Mame met us & "Uncle Will", who took us up to the 9th street house (239) to dinner with "Aunt Nellie

". They were very cordial and there was some of the old familiar furniture &c. We had some fine coffee for dinner. Then dressed and went over to make some calls - at the Hines' where we met Nellie
& her sister & Mrs. Hines. Then to Mrs. Bassett's & found Kate
was in Walton. Then to Jennie Davis' where we saw her & Annie & Mate Parsons and Mrs. Davis. Then to Taylors - no one home - & to Mrs. Andrews who told us all about Gene
& his Greek experiences & showed us his photo- graphs & a piece of the pulp he took of the Parthenon inscription with, & some

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