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1893 went Mama made the usual remark that she "did like Frank Decker". I read lot of Uncle Charles's old letters to Mama - nice ones. March 1. Wednesday A very busy day, J.W. being in N.Y. J.G. spoke to me about going to the World's Fair to-day and said I could make any arrangements I chose, but he'd like to have me here while Gil- more is away - as "something serious" might happen when we were both away - we being "the only ones who knew the details". He agrees with my feeling that the fair is more of an ordeal than a pleasure to go to - but something "to have gone to". I spent the evening by the grate reading "The Refugees"

&c. It gets exciting. March 2. Thursday Another very pleasant day. Stopped at Miss Baker's again at noon & don't think my dress is a "howling" success. Gil- more was sick and didn't come down this p.m. I went

1893 went Mama made the usual remark that she "did like Frank Decker". I read lot of Uncle Charles's old letters to Mama - nice ones. March 1. Wednesday A very busy day, J.W. being in N.Y. J.G. spoke to me about going to the World's Fair to-day and said I could make any arrangements I chose, but he'd like to have me here while Gil- more is away - as "something serious" might happen when we were both away - we being "the only ones who knew the details". He agrees with my feeling that the fair is more of an ordeal than a pleasure to go to - but something "to have gone to". I spent the evening by the grate reading "The Refugees"

&c. It gets exciting. March 2. Thursday Another very pleasant day. Stopped at Miss Baker's again at noon & don't think my dress is a "howling" success. Gil- more was sick and didn't come down this p.m. I went

1893 went Mama made the usual remark that she "did like Frank Decker". I read lot of Uncle Charles's old letters to Mama - nice ones. March 1. Wednesday A very busy day, J.W. being in N.Y. J.G. spoke to me about going to the World's Fair to-day and said I could make any arrangements I chose, but he'd like to have me here while Gil- more is away - as "something serious" might happen when we were both away - we being "the only ones who knew the details". He agrees with my feeling that the fair is more of an ordeal than a pleasure to go to - but something "to have gone to". I spent the evening by the grate reading "The Refugees"

&c. It gets exciting. March 2. Thursday Another very pleasant day. Stopped at Miss Baker's again at noon & don't think my dress is a "howling" success. Gil- more was sick and didn't come down this p.m. I went
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