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Len Allen & Atkinson. Miss Atkinson - (white silk) Florence

& Daisy Beach (in white) and their Father and a little "William", Hannah's nephew. I never saw anything so lovely as Mrs. Allen - in pale blue and black low neck & short big sleeves. A lovely lovely "Gibson - girl" ex- quisitely colored. I could help kissing her and she thanked me for it! We had a lovely time. First the Tree and five happy boys. Then they had supper and little Louis at the head of the table was very cute indeed. Then the rest of us had supper at little tables. Claude & Mr. A.
acting as waiters. I sat in the corner with Alice Atkinson - who was quite entertaining. We had coffee, bread & butter, chicken salad, ice cream, macaroons & Frank's birthday cake - 7 candles. Mr. Allen had one yesterday with 40 on! He was very funny indeed all the evening. Sang songs "The Boy stood on the Burning Deck His feet were white as Snow!" etc. and "But he didn't split the wood!


Len Allen & Atkinson. Miss Atkinson - (white silk) Florence

& Daisy Beach (in white) and their Father and a little "William", Hannah's nephew. I never saw anything so lovely as Mrs. Allen - in pale blue and black low neck & short big sleeves. A lovely lovely "Gibson - girl" ex- quisitely colored. I could help kissing her and she thanked me for it! We had a lovely time. First the Tree and five happy boys. Then they had supper and little Louis at the head of the table was very cute indeed. Then the rest of us had supper at little tables. Claude & Mr. A.
acting as waiters. I sat in the corner with Alice Atkinson - who was quite entertaining. We had coffee, bread & butter, chicken salad, ice cream, macaroons & Frank's birthday cake - 7 candles. Mr. Allen had one yesterday with 40 on! He was very funny indeed all the evening. Sang songs "The Boy stood on the Burning Deck His feet were white as Snow!" etc. and "But he didn't split the wood!


Len Allen & Atkinson. Miss Atkinson - (white silk) Florence

& Daisy Beach (in white) and their Father and a little "William", Hannah's nephew. I never saw anything so lovely as Mrs. Allen - in pale blue and black low neck & short big sleeves. A lovely lovely "Gibson - girl" ex- quisitely colored. I could help kissing her and she thanked me for it! We had a lovely time. First the Tree and five happy boys. Then they had supper and little Louis at the head of the table was very cute indeed. Then the rest of us had supper at little tables. Claude & Mr. A.
acting as waiters. I sat in the corner with Alice Atkinson - who was quite entertaining. We had coffee, bread & butter, chicken salad, ice cream, macaroons & Frank's birthday cake - 7 candles. Mr. Allen had one yesterday with 40 on! He was very funny indeed all the evening. Sang songs "The Boy stood on the Burning Deck His feet were white as Snow!" etc. and "But he didn't split the wood!

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