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1893
got carried away from her in a car - to the Ridge Road (about a mile) and she had to walk the distance while I walked at the other end! I went up to Bradstreets with her - as a con- solation - and we talked "Fair" (Mrs. B is going tomorrow) and drank Russian Tea & had tea crackers &c. & got home about eight o'clock. I read the N.Y. papers there. Mr. Howells gushes over the Fair in the Sun. Oct. 23. Monday Rain to-day. After dinner (I spent about an hour at noon over my dress with Miss Thomas) Dem & May Bunnell called on me. They were down to buy Alice's wedding present. She's to be married Thursday (to Geo. Fielder) and live in N.Y. He's on the Evening Post. Quiet
. wedding - bride in the white satin. Belle
as maid in pink ditto and Frank Fielder to stand up with her. Only the families. etc.etc. After supper pasted (Papa went to Oswego) until Claude actually coaxed me to go to the W.C.A.

1893
got carried away from her in a car - to the Ridge Road (about a mile) and she had to walk the distance while I walked at the other end! I went up to Bradstreets with her - as a con- solation - and we talked "Fair" (Mrs. B is going tomorrow) and drank Russian Tea & had tea crackers &c. & got home about eight o'clock. I read the N.Y. papers there. Mr. Howells gushes over the Fair in the Sun. Oct. 23. Monday Rain to-day. After dinner (I spent about an hour at noon over my dress with Miss Thomas) Dem & May Bunnell called on me. They were down to buy Alice's wedding present. She's to be married Thursday (to Geo. Fielder) and live in N.Y. He's on the Evening Post. Quiet
. wedding - bride in the white satin. Belle
as maid in pink ditto and Frank Fielder to stand up with her. Only the families. etc.etc. After supper pasted (Papa went to Oswego) until Claude actually coaxed me to go to the W.C.A.

1893
got carried away from her in a car - to the Ridge Road (about a mile) and she had to walk the distance while I walked at the other end! I went up to Bradstreets with her - as a con- solation - and we talked "Fair" (Mrs. B is going tomorrow) and drank Russian Tea & had tea crackers &c. & got home about eight o'clock. I read the N.Y. papers there. Mr. Howells gushes over the Fair in the Sun. Oct. 23. Monday Rain to-day. After dinner (I spent about an hour at noon over my dress with Miss Thomas) Dem & May Bunnell called on me. They were down to buy Alice's wedding present. She's to be married Thursday (to Geo. Fielder) and live in N.Y. He's on the Evening Post. Quiet
. wedding - bride in the white satin. Belle
as maid in pink ditto and Frank Fielder to stand up with her. Only the families. etc.etc. After supper pasted (Papa went to Oswego) until Claude actually coaxed me to go to the W.C.A.
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