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and at noon walked way up to Mrs. Wagner's to have my night gowns tried on & she wasn't ready. Went up again at night and she was. Spent the evening sewing, mending & reading "Katharine North." Ned came up & teazed & besought me to go to "Bohemian Girl" but I desisted May 25. Thursday Busy matching silk for my waist this noon. Met Ned & Edith by appointment at 8 and we went to the Art Club. I had a real good time tho' the exhibit wasn't much good - two pretty things by F. Hopkinson Smith. "The West Wind" (edge of a wheat field & clouds) by Edward Gay that quite took my fancy. A couple of Church's (The Flamingoes & A Pastoral) - "Ode to Aphrodite". "Summer" & some landscapes by Harris were all good Belle Fairchild talked to me & pointed out the "artists" & I had a jolly time with her. Had a talk with Cad, too, & Polly Wells &c. &c. They took us into the "[illegible]" room & showed us "The Dreamerie"


and at noon walked way up to Mrs. Wagner's to have my night gowns tried on & she wasn't ready. Went up again at night and she was. Spent the evening sewing, mending & reading "Katharine North." Ned came up & teazed & besought me to go to "Bohemian Girl" but I desisted May 25. Thursday Busy matching silk for my waist this noon. Met Ned & Edith by appointment at 8 and we went to the Art Club. I had a real good time tho' the exhibit wasn't much good - two pretty things by F. Hopkinson Smith. "The West Wind" (edge of a wheat field & clouds) by Edward Gay that quite took my fancy. A couple of Church's (The Flamingoes & A Pastoral) - "Ode to Aphrodite". "Summer" & some landscapes by Harris were all good Belle Fairchild talked to me & pointed out the "artists" & I had a jolly time with her. Had a talk with Cad, too, & Polly Wells &c. &c. They took us into the "[illegible]" room & showed us "The Dreamerie"


and at noon walked way up to Mrs. Wagner's to have my night gowns tried on & she wasn't ready. Went up again at night and she was. Spent the evening sewing, mending & reading "Katharine North." Ned came up & teazed & besought me to go to "Bohemian Girl" but I desisted May 25. Thursday Busy matching silk for my waist this noon. Met Ned & Edith by appointment at 8 and we went to the Art Club. I had a real good time tho' the exhibit wasn't much good - two pretty things by F. Hopkinson Smith. "The West Wind" (edge of a wheat field & clouds) by Edward Gay that quite took my fancy. A couple of Church's (The Flamingoes & A Pastoral) - "Ode to Aphrodite". "Summer" & some landscapes by Harris were all good Belle Fairchild talked to me & pointed out the "artists" & I had a jolly time with her. Had a talk with Cad, too, & Polly Wells &c. &c. They took us into the "[illegible]" room & showed us "The Dreamerie"

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