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1897
in the end. Miss S
is a kind of a velvet hat pretty girl - not the kind I admire. We had escalloped oyster & coffee again and I was terribly wide awake when we came home - on the 11:30 car - and sat up in my pleasant "nightie" - bathrobe & bed slippers & eider-down comforter - reading Harper's Weekly &c. till one o'clock. Jan. 8. Friday A pleasant day. Saw Ned at noon & tonight took Mary to see Otis Skinner & sweet little Maud Durbin (his wife) in "A Soldier of Fortune". We sat in the front row of the balcony, with Charlotte & Helen Davis right behind and Ned & Edith next to them. The play was very romantic. Skinner very handsome. Maud Durbin very bewitching Sarah Truax beautiful and all very fair. I enjoyed myself first rate. Walked home with Ned & Mary. Cold. Jan. 9. Sat. Fine bicycling. Took Diana down to be cleaned. J.G. home again (Thursday p.m) and nervous. Busy fixing new files &c. Shopped a little tonight. Read & then bath & bed early - a nice long sleep, for a change. Jan. 10. Sunday Blustery. Fine snow blowing around but none on the ground. Spent most of the morning in the kitchen. Geo Humphrey was up. Read "Soldiers of Fortune" by RH Davis.

1897
in the end. Miss S
is a kind of a velvet hat pretty girl - not the kind I admire. We had escalloped oyster & coffee again and I was terribly wide awake when we came home - on the 11:30 car - and sat up in my pleasant "nightie" - bathrobe & bed slippers & eider-down comforter - reading Harper's Weekly &c. till one o'clock. Jan. 8. Friday A pleasant day. Saw Ned at noon & tonight took Mary to see Otis Skinner & sweet little Maud Durbin (his wife) in "A Soldier of Fortune". We sat in the front row of the balcony, with Charlotte & Helen Davis right behind and Ned & Edith next to them. The play was very romantic. Skinner very handsome. Maud Durbin very bewitching Sarah Truax beautiful and all very fair. I enjoyed myself first rate. Walked home with Ned & Mary. Cold. Jan. 9. Sat. Fine bicycling. Took Diana down to be cleaned. J.G. home again (Thursday p.m) and nervous. Busy fixing new files &c. Shopped a little tonight. Read & then bath & bed early - a nice long sleep, for a change. Jan. 10. Sunday Blustery. Fine snow blowing around but none on the ground. Spent most of the morning in the kitchen. Geo Humphrey was up. Read "Soldiers of Fortune" by RH Davis.

1897
in the end. Miss S
is a kind of a velvet hat pretty girl - not the kind I admire. We had escalloped oyster & coffee again and I was terribly wide awake when we came home - on the 11:30 car - and sat up in my pleasant "nightie" - bathrobe & bed slippers & eider-down comforter - reading Harper's Weekly &c. till one o'clock. Jan. 8. Friday A pleasant day. Saw Ned at noon & tonight took Mary to see Otis Skinner & sweet little Maud Durbin (his wife) in "A Soldier of Fortune". We sat in the front row of the balcony, with Charlotte & Helen Davis right behind and Ned & Edith next to them. The play was very romantic. Skinner very handsome. Maud Durbin very bewitching Sarah Truax beautiful and all very fair. I enjoyed myself first rate. Walked home with Ned & Mary. Cold. Jan. 9. Sat. Fine bicycling. Took Diana down to be cleaned. J.G. home again (Thursday p.m) and nervous. Busy fixing new files &c. Shopped a little tonight. Read & then bath & bed early - a nice long sleep, for a change. Jan. 10. Sunday Blustery. Fine snow blowing around but none on the ground. Spent most of the morning in the kitchen. Geo Humphrey was up. Read "Soldiers of Fortune" by RH Davis.
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