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1893.
Sept 26 Tuesday A beautiful morning & we were up betimes. Ned likes my carpet. Claude, Ned & I walked down together & we left her at Gillis' - I stopped at noon there on an errand - & she said this is the last day she will work - Mr. Gillis asked if I was going to N.Y. with her! &c. She's going Robin Hood to-night & to her Aunt's tomorrow & wants me tomorrow night. To-night I read the new Harper's. Sept. 27 Wed. Will came up for a little visit this noon. They are painting the court of our building in a most harrowing manner. I expect the men will fall every minute. It has been cold all the week and the steam on at the office. Tonight I went down to Ned's early & found her packing in the parlor & Edith with her face a yard long. Her dresses are lovely. We had a good time - with a good deal of assumed jollity. Frederica came over later - & Frank Davis. We looked over Ned's portfolio & she gave me a red tie & a fairie's head (plaster) to

1893.
Sept 26 Tuesday A beautiful morning & we were up betimes. Ned likes my carpet. Claude, Ned & I walked down together & we left her at Gillis' - I stopped at noon there on an errand - & she said this is the last day she will work - Mr. Gillis asked if I was going to N.Y. with her! &c. She's going Robin Hood to-night & to her Aunt's tomorrow & wants me tomorrow night. To-night I read the new Harper's. Sept. 27 Wed. Will came up for a little visit this noon. They are painting the court of our building in a most harrowing manner. I expect the men will fall every minute. It has been cold all the week and the steam on at the office. Tonight I went down to Ned's early & found her packing in the parlor & Edith with her face a yard long. Her dresses are lovely. We had a good time - with a good deal of assumed jollity. Frederica came over later - & Frank Davis. We looked over Ned's portfolio & she gave me a red tie & a fairie's head (plaster) to

1893.
Sept 26 Tuesday A beautiful morning & we were up betimes. Ned likes my carpet. Claude, Ned & I walked down together & we left her at Gillis' - I stopped at noon there on an errand - & she said this is the last day she will work - Mr. Gillis asked if I was going to N.Y. with her! &c. She's going Robin Hood to-night & to her Aunt's tomorrow & wants me tomorrow night. To-night I read the new Harper's. Sept. 27 Wed. Will came up for a little visit this noon. They are painting the court of our building in a most harrowing manner. I expect the men will fall every minute. It has been cold all the week and the steam on at the office. Tonight I went down to Ned's early & found her packing in the parlor & Edith with her face a yard long. Her dresses are lovely. We had a good time - with a good deal of assumed jollity. Frederica came over later - & Frank Davis. We looked over Ned's portfolio & she gave me a red tie & a fairie's head (plaster) to
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