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1893.
nine o'clock. I found a letter from N.E.D. at noon I went up to Sibley's about Mama's bonnet and found an awfully swell "London E.C."-made hat - plain and very "swagger" - which I bought for everyday. Edith thinks my best one is "the most becoming one I ever had". Coming home I saw a dear little girl run over by a delivery wagon. Found out afterwards that probably she was not very seriously hurt - but it broke me up awfully! After supper Claude went to Panjandrum (!) and Papa, Mama and I called at Crosby's on Gorham St. Their niece is there - Miss Houston of Pa. Had quite pleasant call - Mrs. C.
was sick. The air was so nice we walked up to Central Ave. Went into the station to see if it was nearly time for the Exposition Flyer, but it wasn't. Read "Philip". Klem started for Chicago. Oct. 11. Wed. Another lovely day. Fixed J.G.'s foreign photographs this p.m. Marjorie came up and we had quite a spooney time at the fence - Papa G. looking on & laughing - also marshmallows. Went up to the B.R & P. station to see Edith off for the country.

1893.
nine o'clock. I found a letter from N.E.D. at noon I went up to Sibley's about Mama's bonnet and found an awfully swell "London E.C."-made hat - plain and very "swagger" - which I bought for everyday. Edith thinks my best one is "the most becoming one I ever had". Coming home I saw a dear little girl run over by a delivery wagon. Found out afterwards that probably she was not very seriously hurt - but it broke me up awfully! After supper Claude went to Panjandrum (!) and Papa, Mama and I called at Crosby's on Gorham St. Their niece is there - Miss Houston of Pa. Had quite pleasant call - Mrs. C.
was sick. The air was so nice we walked up to Central Ave. Went into the station to see if it was nearly time for the Exposition Flyer, but it wasn't. Read "Philip". Klem started for Chicago. Oct. 11. Wed. Another lovely day. Fixed J.G.'s foreign photographs this p.m. Marjorie came up and we had quite a spooney time at the fence - Papa G. looking on & laughing - also marshmallows. Went up to the B.R & P. station to see Edith off for the country.

1893.
nine o'clock. I found a letter from N.E.D. at noon I went up to Sibley's about Mama's bonnet and found an awfully swell "London E.C."-made hat - plain and very "swagger" - which I bought for everyday. Edith thinks my best one is "the most becoming one I ever had". Coming home I saw a dear little girl run over by a delivery wagon. Found out afterwards that probably she was not very seriously hurt - but it broke me up awfully! After supper Claude went to Panjandrum (!) and Papa, Mama and I called at Crosby's on Gorham St. Their niece is there - Miss Houston of Pa. Had quite pleasant call - Mrs. C.
was sick. The air was so nice we walked up to Central Ave. Went into the station to see if it was nearly time for the Exposition Flyer, but it wasn't. Read "Philip". Klem started for Chicago. Oct. 11. Wed. Another lovely day. Fixed J.G.'s foreign photographs this p.m. Marjorie came up and we had quite a spooney time at the fence - Papa G. looking on & laughing - also marshmallows. Went up to the B.R & P. station to see Edith off for the country.
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