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of that dear, queenly, darling girl! I had over seventy presents - & 30 of them books. Theo gave me a box of candy too - & Albert Schumacher sent me a Paris postal card with greetings. In the evening Mama & Edith & I went up to Davis’s – where Lura & Mrs. B were & had a jolly time. Helen dressed up in her new red wrapper & the red slippers I gave her. She goes to Pittsburgh for a week, tomorrow. Dec. 31 Sunday. Rather an uneventful the week – but busy – getting J.G. ready to begin his arduous duties as Commissioner of Public Safety – on New Year’s Day. I went to Cook’s vaudeville one night with Claude & have been read- ing “Isabelle Carnaby”, Edith lent me

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when I was down there yesterday to see their Christmas things (& Freddie's ) Dorothy
has a most magnificent doll – with complete trosseau. Yesterday after some talk with Gilmore (which I happened to know about) J.G. raised my salary to $18.00 a week & said some nice thing to intimate that he hoped I didn’t think he’d been forced to it – He wouldn’t if he hadn’t wanted to - & intended to anyway! Mary & I went to St. Peters this “afternoon”.

of that dear, queenly, darling girl! I had over seventy presents - & 30 of them books. Theo gave me a box of candy too - & Albert Schumacher sent me a Paris postal card with greetings. In the evening Mama & Edith & I went up to Davis’s – where Lura & Mrs. B were & had a jolly time. Helen dressed up in her new red wrapper & the red slippers I gave her. She goes to Pittsburgh for a week, tomorrow. Dec. 31 Sunday. Rather an uneventful the week – but busy – getting J.G. ready to begin his arduous duties as Commissioner of Public Safety – on New Year’s Day. I went to Cook’s vaudeville one night with Claude & have been read- ing “Isabelle Carnaby”, Edith lent me

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when I was down there yesterday to see their Christmas things (& Freddie's ) Dorothy
has a most magnificent doll – with complete trosseau. Yesterday after some talk with Gilmore (which I happened to know about) J.G. raised my salary to $18.00 a week & said some nice thing to intimate that he hoped I didn’t think he’d been forced to it – He wouldn’t if he hadn’t wanted to - & intended to anyway! Mary & I went to St. Peters this “afternoon”.

of that dear, queenly, darling girl! I had over seventy presents - & 30 of them books. Theo gave me a box of candy too - & Albert Schumacher sent me a Paris postal card with greetings. In the evening Mama & Edith & I went up to Davis’s – where Lura & Mrs. B were & had a jolly time. Helen dressed up in her new red wrapper & the red slippers I gave her. She goes to Pittsburgh for a week, tomorrow. Dec. 31 Sunday. Rather an uneventful the week – but busy – getting J.G. ready to begin his arduous duties as Commissioner of Public Safety – on New Year’s Day. I went to Cook’s vaudeville one night with Claude & have been read- ing “Isabelle Carnaby”, Edith lent me

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when I was down there yesterday to see their Christmas things (& Freddie's ) Dorothy
has a most magnificent doll – with complete trosseau. Yesterday after some talk with Gilmore (which I happened to know about) J.G. raised my salary to $18.00 a week & said some nice thing to intimate that he hoped I didn’t think he’d been forced to it – He wouldn’t if he hadn’t wanted to - & intended to anyway! Mary & I went to St. Peters this “afternoon”.
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