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1893
bouquets
just too late for them to meet, etc.etc. She had also had trouble about their packing up our baggage & cleaning out our room to-day - before we gave it up. I finished packing, paid bills got checks, ate supper, etc. And then we went out and sat by the pier - and it was beautiful. The illuminated City against a reddish & a blackish cloud bank lights on the pier & buildings. The golden-lighted dome of the Adminis- tration looming up and now and then a streak of a searchlight gleaming on a tower or a statue or a tree. Ned had to go back to meet Guy on the hotel piazza but Claude & I watched until the fireworks were begun, and the rockets & "boquets" looked most charming from our position - a dream of a city. I almost hated to leave it. We took (all 4 of us) the 9:07 train to "Parkside" - then waited for the 3rd loaded cable car to take us to Grand Crossing ( Guy left us there at Parkside) and when we finally got there and

1893
bouquets
just too late for them to meet, etc.etc. She had also had trouble about their packing up our baggage & cleaning out our room to-day - before we gave it up. I finished packing, paid bills got checks, ate supper, etc. And then we went out and sat by the pier - and it was beautiful. The illuminated City against a reddish & a blackish cloud bank lights on the pier & buildings. The golden-lighted dome of the Adminis- tration looming up and now and then a streak of a searchlight gleaming on a tower or a statue or a tree. Ned had to go back to meet Guy on the hotel piazza but Claude & I watched until the fireworks were begun, and the rockets & "boquets" looked most charming from our position - a dream of a city. I almost hated to leave it. We took (all 4 of us) the 9:07 train to "Parkside" - then waited for the 3rd loaded cable car to take us to Grand Crossing ( Guy left us there at Parkside) and when we finally got there and

1893
bouquets
just too late for them to meet, etc.etc. She had also had trouble about their packing up our baggage & cleaning out our room to-day - before we gave it up. I finished packing, paid bills got checks, ate supper, etc. And then we went out and sat by the pier - and it was beautiful. The illuminated City against a reddish & a blackish cloud bank lights on the pier & buildings. The golden-lighted dome of the Adminis- tration looming up and now and then a streak of a searchlight gleaming on a tower or a statue or a tree. Ned had to go back to meet Guy on the hotel piazza but Claude & I watched until the fireworks were begun, and the rockets & "boquets" looked most charming from our position - a dream of a city. I almost hated to leave it. We took (all 4 of us) the 9:07 train to "Parkside" - then waited for the 3rd loaded cable car to take us to Grand Crossing ( Guy left us there at Parkside) and when we finally got there and
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