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1893
show. Kiralfy's "America" with a ballet of 600 - 3 premieres (French) tableaux- acrobats &c.&c.&c.&c. An immense aud- ience. A little girl from Wisconsin sat next to me and got acquainted. We left before it was out. June. 6. Tuesday. I had breakfast with Claude, Ned being late - and went on the Electric - & we went to the forestry, the Shoe & Leather, Krupp's Gum House, the lovely Convent of La Rabida with its relics of Columbus & the beautiful cloisters, and then very hurridly thro' the Agri- cultural bldg. where I saw Kingsford's exhibit
& the long tailed cocks & handsome exhibits in Japan. Left Claude at the Peristyle. Walked to the Italian & some of the French at the Liberal arts, where I hoped to meet Ned, and then went by way of the Transportation & Choral Hall to the Woman's Bldg. And all thro' it - the Hospital rooms Mrs. Rover's, the "Organization Room" the Libraries. The original drawings & designs. The French costumes on dolls - & laces - &c. the Japanese inter- iors. The "Progress of Costume" in U.S. The napkins spun & woven by Queen

1893
show. Kiralfy's "America" with a ballet of 600 - 3 premieres (French) tableaux- acrobats &c.&c.&c.&c. An immense aud- ience. A little girl from Wisconsin sat next to me and got acquainted. We left before it was out. June. 6. Tuesday. I had breakfast with Claude, Ned being late - and went on the Electric - & we went to the forestry, the Shoe & Leather, Krupp's Gum House, the lovely Convent of La Rabida with its relics of Columbus & the beautiful cloisters, and then very hurridly thro' the Agri- cultural bldg. where I saw Kingsford's exhibit
& the long tailed cocks & handsome exhibits in Japan. Left Claude at the Peristyle. Walked to the Italian & some of the French at the Liberal arts, where I hoped to meet Ned, and then went by way of the Transportation & Choral Hall to the Woman's Bldg. And all thro' it - the Hospital rooms Mrs. Rover's, the "Organization Room" the Libraries. The original drawings & designs. The French costumes on dolls - & laces - &c. the Japanese inter- iors. The "Progress of Costume" in U.S. The napkins spun & woven by Queen

1893
show. Kiralfy's "America" with a ballet of 600 - 3 premieres (French) tableaux- acrobats &c.&c.&c.&c. An immense aud- ience. A little girl from Wisconsin sat next to me and got acquainted. We left before it was out. June. 6. Tuesday. I had breakfast with Claude, Ned being late - and went on the Electric - & we went to the forestry, the Shoe & Leather, Krupp's Gum House, the lovely Convent of La Rabida with its relics of Columbus & the beautiful cloisters, and then very hurridly thro' the Agri- cultural bldg. where I saw Kingsford's exhibit
& the long tailed cocks & handsome exhibits in Japan. Left Claude at the Peristyle. Walked to the Italian & some of the French at the Liberal arts, where I hoped to meet Ned, and then went by way of the Transportation & Choral Hall to the Woman's Bldg. And all thro' it - the Hospital rooms Mrs. Rover's, the "Organization Room" the Libraries. The original drawings & designs. The French costumes on dolls - & laces - &c. the Japanese inter- iors. The "Progress of Costume" in U.S. The napkins spun & woven by Queen
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