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1893
class, & some good paintings, some Japanese stationary & paintings &c. Met Mrs. Taylor, Jane & had quite a talk with them. Met Claude during the p.m. (in the French & U.S. part) & we went over on the Island and sat awhile. It is lovely, also went into Dan'l Boone's & Davy Crockett's log cabin & felt like the back woods, with the big fire place with a wood fire - the skins, guns & other things - the little breeze rustling in thro' the window. Went over to n & had some fine cocoa, sitting in an old Dutch caned chair up by a little window overlooking Lake Michigan. Walked up to the South end by the Lake
, the beautiful Peristyle, and the Cliff Dwellers. Home by Electric. After supper went out on the pier where it was like a summer va- cation. Then walked up the beach & when we came in I wrote letters while Ned talked to Guy. June 8. Thursday Will had invited us to go for a ride in the wagonettes, so we didn't get up very early, but were ready by 10, when they were to come, but suddenly decided

1893
class, & some good paintings, some Japanese stationary & paintings &c. Met Mrs. Taylor, Jane & had quite a talk with them. Met Claude during the p.m. (in the French & U.S. part) & we went over on the Island and sat awhile. It is lovely, also went into Dan'l Boone's & Davy Crockett's log cabin & felt like the back woods, with the big fire place with a wood fire - the skins, guns & other things - the little breeze rustling in thro' the window. Went over to n & had some fine cocoa, sitting in an old Dutch caned chair up by a little window overlooking Lake Michigan. Walked up to the South end by the Lake
, the beautiful Peristyle, and the Cliff Dwellers. Home by Electric. After supper went out on the pier where it was like a summer va- cation. Then walked up the beach & when we came in I wrote letters while Ned talked to Guy. June 8. Thursday Will had invited us to go for a ride in the wagonettes, so we didn't get up very early, but were ready by 10, when they were to come, but suddenly decided

1893
class, & some good paintings, some Japanese stationary & paintings &c. Met Mrs. Taylor, Jane & had quite a talk with them. Met Claude during the p.m. (in the French & U.S. part) & we went over on the Island and sat awhile. It is lovely, also went into Dan'l Boone's & Davy Crockett's log cabin & felt like the back woods, with the big fire place with a wood fire - the skins, guns & other things - the little breeze rustling in thro' the window. Went over to n & had some fine cocoa, sitting in an old Dutch caned chair up by a little window overlooking Lake Michigan. Walked up to the South end by the Lake
, the beautiful Peristyle, and the Cliff Dwellers. Home by Electric. After supper went out on the pier where it was like a summer va- cation. Then walked up the beach & when we came in I wrote letters while Ned talked to Guy. June 8. Thursday Will had invited us to go for a ride in the wagonettes, so we didn't get up very early, but were ready by 10, when they were to come, but suddenly decided
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