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face and I'm sure it was so with everyone. When she at last died in Armand's arms and the curtain went down, everyone gave a sigh and now and then we heard a sob. It lasted late - and I didn't crawl in my little iron bed - tired as I was - until towards one! Feb. 29th Saturday Today I woke up late - & somewhat refreshed but to find cloudy, threatening weather, & before long continued hard rain. Claude did not feel well and remained at the hotel resting until his luncheon with Mr. & Mrs. Kimball

(of S. & K.)
at 1:30 & afterward he went to the league . I started out rather, late, and made some ineffectual journeys in the rain. Took the 6th Ave. L. to Aldrich Court
and after waiting to see Emerich awhile went over to the Stevens House for lunch and then came back & found him & had quite a pleasant call. He took me over into the Manhattan Life Bldg.
to see the Mast Box and then up into the Surety
- that beautiful, tall, white building. We went into a lovely office on the 20th floor & looked down upon the tops of the buildings and could have seen many miles, but for the rain & fog. I got up town just in time to reach Daly's Theatre comfortably in time for the two o'clock Matinee - "Countess Gucki". It was very good - but not beginning with "The Squire of Dame' or "La Signora Dalle Camelie"! Mr. Richman made a handsome & stunning & daring young officer - but laughed too much.

face and I'm sure it was so with everyone. When she at last died in Armand's arms and the curtain went down, everyone gave a sigh and now and then we heard a sob. It lasted late - and I didn't crawl in my little iron bed - tired as I was - until towards one! Feb. 29th Saturday Today I woke up late - & somewhat refreshed but to find cloudy, threatening weather, & before long continued hard rain. Claude did not feel well and remained at the hotel resting until his luncheon with Mr. & Mrs. Kimball

(of S. & K.)
at 1:30 & afterward he went to the league . I started out rather, late, and made some ineffectual journeys in the rain. Took the 6th Ave. L. to Aldrich Court
and after waiting to see Emerich awhile went over to the Stevens House for lunch and then came back & found him & had quite a pleasant call. He took me over into the Manhattan Life Bldg.
to see the Mast Box and then up into the Surety
- that beautiful, tall, white building. We went into a lovely office on the 20th floor & looked down upon the tops of the buildings and could have seen many miles, but for the rain & fog. I got up town just in time to reach Daly's Theatre comfortably in time for the two o'clock Matinee - "Countess Gucki". It was very good - but not beginning with "The Squire of Dame' or "La Signora Dalle Camelie"! Mr. Richman made a handsome & stunning & daring young officer - but laughed too much.

face and I'm sure it was so with everyone. When she at last died in Armand's arms and the curtain went down, everyone gave a sigh and now and then we heard a sob. It lasted late - and I didn't crawl in my little iron bed - tired as I was - until towards one! Feb. 29th Saturday Today I woke up late - & somewhat refreshed but to find cloudy, threatening weather, & before long continued hard rain. Claude did not feel well and remained at the hotel resting until his luncheon with Mr. & Mrs. Kimball

(of S. & K.)
at 1:30 & afterward he went to the league . I started out rather, late, and made some ineffectual journeys in the rain. Took the 6th Ave. L. to Aldrich Court
and after waiting to see Emerich awhile went over to the Stevens House for lunch and then came back & found him & had quite a pleasant call. He took me over into the Manhattan Life Bldg.
to see the Mast Box and then up into the Surety
- that beautiful, tall, white building. We went into a lovely office on the 20th floor & looked down upon the tops of the buildings and could have seen many miles, but for the rain & fog. I got up town just in time to reach Daly's Theatre comfortably in time for the two o'clock Matinee - "Countess Gucki". It was very good - but not beginning with "The Squire of Dame' or "La Signora Dalle Camelie"! Mr. Richman made a handsome & stunning & daring young officer - but laughed too much.
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