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1893
handsome and plagued "Jen
" a good deal about a certain "Henry" He took Mae with him & J.C.
took her car & Edith & I rode over to the Central Station & waited half an hour for Ned - some of it out in the train house. She came - in a stunning new hat - and looking very fresh & sweet after the long journey. Edith of course was a rapturous & N & I spooned a little on the steps waiting for the car. She told me lots going to the 4 corners. I went on home & she went home with Edith. Claude was packing to go to Chicago at 4 a.m and about time for him to start. Apr. 5. Wed. I heard a little "good-bye Mazy" and woke up enough to kiss him good-bye. Ned came up at noon and brought me a real old crucifix which she got at the antique store she wrote me about. It is much used and the cross is

1893
handsome and plagued "Jen
" a good deal about a certain "Henry" He took Mae with him & J.C.
took her car & Edith & I rode over to the Central Station & waited half an hour for Ned - some of it out in the train house. She came - in a stunning new hat - and looking very fresh & sweet after the long journey. Edith of course was a rapturous & N & I spooned a little on the steps waiting for the car. She told me lots going to the 4 corners. I went on home & she went home with Edith. Claude was packing to go to Chicago at 4 a.m and about time for him to start. Apr. 5. Wed. I heard a little "good-bye Mazy" and woke up enough to kiss him good-bye. Ned came up at noon and brought me a real old crucifix which she got at the antique store she wrote me about. It is much used and the cross is

1893
handsome and plagued "Jen
" a good deal about a certain "Henry" He took Mae with him & J.C.
took her car & Edith & I rode over to the Central Station & waited half an hour for Ned - some of it out in the train house. She came - in a stunning new hat - and looking very fresh & sweet after the long journey. Edith of course was a rapturous & N & I spooned a little on the steps waiting for the car. She told me lots going to the 4 corners. I went on home & she went home with Edith. Claude was packing to go to Chicago at 4 a.m and about time for him to start. Apr. 5. Wed. I heard a little "good-bye Mazy" and woke up enough to kiss him good-bye. Ned came up at noon and brought me a real old crucifix which she got at the antique store she wrote me about. It is much used and the cross is
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