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1893
didn't go down with them - tho' they said Edith expected me. On the way home Emma Curran Smith rapped on the window for me to come up into her little flat - so I did and made the acquaintance of Austin Roger Smith, who is a pretty seven months old baby. Ate candy & was invited to stay and play cards! with "the girls" and "my husband". ("We Romanists think its all right to play cards on Sunday - but I s'pose you don't) Got home before dark. Read awhile and ate lunch. Apr. 3. Monday A very pleasant day. Got a telegram from Ned this morn- ing, saying she'd be home tomorrow night & let Edith know. So E. came up at 5 to see me and I walked part way home with her and was late to supper. At noon went with Claude, Charella & Mrs. Allen to see the M.I. exhibit for the World's Fair. Mrs A.
was lovely - with lily of the valley in her coat pocket.

1893
didn't go down with them - tho' they said Edith expected me. On the way home Emma Curran Smith rapped on the window for me to come up into her little flat - so I did and made the acquaintance of Austin Roger Smith, who is a pretty seven months old baby. Ate candy & was invited to stay and play cards! with "the girls" and "my husband". ("We Romanists think its all right to play cards on Sunday - but I s'pose you don't) Got home before dark. Read awhile and ate lunch. Apr. 3. Monday A very pleasant day. Got a telegram from Ned this morn- ing, saying she'd be home tomorrow night & let Edith know. So E. came up at 5 to see me and I walked part way home with her and was late to supper. At noon went with Claude, Charella & Mrs. Allen to see the M.I. exhibit for the World's Fair. Mrs A.
was lovely - with lily of the valley in her coat pocket.

1893
didn't go down with them - tho' they said Edith expected me. On the way home Emma Curran Smith rapped on the window for me to come up into her little flat - so I did and made the acquaintance of Austin Roger Smith, who is a pretty seven months old baby. Ate candy & was invited to stay and play cards! with "the girls" and "my husband". ("We Romanists think its all right to play cards on Sunday - but I s'pose you don't) Got home before dark. Read awhile and ate lunch. Apr. 3. Monday A very pleasant day. Got a telegram from Ned this morn- ing, saying she'd be home tomorrow night & let Edith know. So E. came up at 5 to see me and I walked part way home with her and was late to supper. At noon went with Claude, Charella & Mrs. Allen to see the M.I. exhibit for the World's Fair. Mrs A.
was lovely - with lily of the valley in her coat pocket.
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