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1896.
after that. I was awfully tired, standing so long, but it didn't interfere with enjoying the ride home. It's just 3 1/2 miles from our house to the Driving park. Mama went to church to-night & Claude to Charella's. Frank & Helen Davis came over. Helen rode Kate's wheel, which has just arrived by express. It's a pretty "Spaulding". She was very entertaining, as usual. Mama came before they went. Later I read some, and wrote. June 11. Thurs. Pleasant. Stopped for Ned after supper & we rode our wheels down to Edith's. Were going to stop at Freddie's but "Charlie
" was there. Elsie, Ida & Harry were looking at pocket Kodak pictures on the piazza - some very good ones taken Elsie's wedding anniversary day.Edith took us up into her room & we sat & talked a good while. Edith has to work nights next week at Eastman's. Stays till nearly 7 now. "Papa"
had been down and Edith told us about him. We rode home State St. way met ever so many people who had been to the "Red Men's" parade. I rode home with Ned & then she rode to the corner to me. Miss Nichols was having her commencement party & there was music & dancing. June 12. Friday. A perfectly beautuful June day. J.G. rode his bicycle down for the first time - and told me about it! Mrs. C. came in to see if he got there safely. I went thro' Gibbs St. at noon (it seemed too nice to go home.) Met Frank Davis & he invited me home to dinner with him. I declined, but rode to Prince St. He told me about

1896.
after that. I was awfully tired, standing so long, but it didn't interfere with enjoying the ride home. It's just 3 1/2 miles from our house to the Driving park. Mama went to church to-night & Claude to Charella's. Frank & Helen Davis came over. Helen rode Kate's wheel, which has just arrived by express. It's a pretty "Spaulding". She was very entertaining, as usual. Mama came before they went. Later I read some, and wrote. June 11. Thurs. Pleasant. Stopped for Ned after supper & we rode our wheels down to Edith's. Were going to stop at Freddie's but "Charlie
" was there. Elsie, Ida & Harry were looking at pocket Kodak pictures on the piazza - some very good ones taken Elsie's wedding anniversary day.Edith took us up into her room & we sat & talked a good while. Edith has to work nights next week at Eastman's. Stays till nearly 7 now. "Papa"
had been down and Edith told us about him. We rode home State St. way met ever so many people who had been to the "Red Men's" parade. I rode home with Ned & then she rode to the corner to me. Miss Nichols was having her commencement party & there was music & dancing. June 12. Friday. A perfectly beautuful June day. J.G. rode his bicycle down for the first time - and told me about it! Mrs. C. came in to see if he got there safely. I went thro' Gibbs St. at noon (it seemed too nice to go home.) Met Frank Davis & he invited me home to dinner with him. I declined, but rode to Prince St. He told me about

1896.
after that. I was awfully tired, standing so long, but it didn't interfere with enjoying the ride home. It's just 3 1/2 miles from our house to the Driving park. Mama went to church to-night & Claude to Charella's. Frank & Helen Davis came over. Helen rode Kate's wheel, which has just arrived by express. It's a pretty "Spaulding". She was very entertaining, as usual. Mama came before they went. Later I read some, and wrote. June 11. Thurs. Pleasant. Stopped for Ned after supper & we rode our wheels down to Edith's. Were going to stop at Freddie's but "Charlie
" was there. Elsie, Ida & Harry were looking at pocket Kodak pictures on the piazza - some very good ones taken Elsie's wedding anniversary day.Edith took us up into her room & we sat & talked a good while. Edith has to work nights next week at Eastman's. Stays till nearly 7 now. "Papa"
had been down and Edith told us about him. We rode home State St. way met ever so many people who had been to the "Red Men's" parade. I rode home with Ned & then she rode to the corner to me. Miss Nichols was having her commencement party & there was music & dancing. June 12. Friday. A perfectly beautuful June day. J.G. rode his bicycle down for the first time - and told me about it! Mrs. C. came in to see if he got there safely. I went thro' Gibbs St. at noon (it seemed too nice to go home.) Met Frank Davis & he invited me home to dinner with him. I declined, but rode to Prince St. He told me about
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