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tailoring, etc. etc. and then took the Intra- mural over to Mt. Vernon station and met Charella and Alice Johnston at the N.Y. State building. All went over to the Art Bldg. Into Spain Belgium (Alice

told us a story about Mrs. Yerkes' picture by Van Biers) and then Claude took me into the French to see "Invading Cupid's Realm" by Bouguereauis . Also staid in the Loan awhile. Then Ned, Claude & I went up to Van Houten's & had chocolate in the blue-tiled room - with the cupboard beds, 500 yr. old door, 300 yr. old desk &c. &c. Then went into the Liberal Arts & helped Ned hunt up mouldings - The French - and then Tiffany's - which was fine. The most lovely green library - all rich soft tones but two bright orange & gilt chairs. Green oak table & chairs - green brass handles. Green serpentine marble fireplace seats and green leather cushions - glass hanging &c most beautiful. Also lovely inlay, glass and mosaic work. A chapel with windows &c.&c.&c. The best exhibit yet.


tailoring, etc. etc. and then took the Intra- mural over to Mt. Vernon station and met Charella and Alice Johnston at the N.Y. State building. All went over to the Art Bldg. Into Spain Belgium (Alice

told us a story about Mrs. Yerkes' picture by Van Biers) and then Claude took me into the French to see "Invading Cupid's Realm" by Bouguereauis . Also staid in the Loan awhile. Then Ned, Claude & I went up to Van Houten's & had chocolate in the blue-tiled room - with the cupboard beds, 500 yr. old door, 300 yr. old desk &c. &c. Then went into the Liberal Arts & helped Ned hunt up mouldings - The French - and then Tiffany's - which was fine. The most lovely green library - all rich soft tones but two bright orange & gilt chairs. Green oak table & chairs - green brass handles. Green serpentine marble fireplace seats and green leather cushions - glass hanging &c most beautiful. Also lovely inlay, glass and mosaic work. A chapel with windows &c.&c.&c. The best exhibit yet.


tailoring, etc. etc. and then took the Intra- mural over to Mt. Vernon station and met Charella and Alice Johnston at the N.Y. State building. All went over to the Art Bldg. Into Spain Belgium (Alice

told us a story about Mrs. Yerkes' picture by Van Biers) and then Claude took me into the French to see "Invading Cupid's Realm" by Bouguereauis . Also staid in the Loan awhile. Then Ned, Claude & I went up to Van Houten's & had chocolate in the blue-tiled room - with the cupboard beds, 500 yr. old door, 300 yr. old desk &c. &c. Then went into the Liberal Arts & helped Ned hunt up mouldings - The French - and then Tiffany's - which was fine. The most lovely green library - all rich soft tones but two bright orange & gilt chairs. Green oak table & chairs - green brass handles. Green serpentine marble fireplace seats and green leather cushions - glass hanging &c most beautiful. Also lovely inlay, glass and mosaic work. A chapel with windows &c.&c.&c. The best exhibit yet.

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