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Jan. 28 Sun. I spent today delightfully at home till night. The second number of “Tommy & Grizel” in Scribner’s is out and I began reading the delicious thing & Oh, but he is a genius – that Barrie – If ever this is made into a play how I’d love to see Maude Adams play Grizel! I went to Mrs. Hoyt's to supper. Harry Wilkinson was down from Syracuse & Clara Wilder was there & Claude & we had a happy evening together in front of the big fire – the Hoyts are so nice – The talk was really brilliant – except when Claude or Harry sprang a very inane common- place with a satisfactory smirk. Miss Wilder told us about the epidemic of matrimony which has struck their house – George

is to be married Feb. 14th – (“a comic valentine”, he calls himself) and Connie in April. She also talked about her friend Mrs. Van Rensselear, Maude Adams, Sothern, Richard Harding Davis &c. &c. I spoke of


Jan. 28 Sun. I spent today delightfully at home till night. The second number of “Tommy & Grizel” in Scribner’s is out and I began reading the delicious thing & Oh, but he is a genius – that Barrie – If ever this is made into a play how I’d love to see Maude Adams play Grizel! I went to Mrs. Hoyt's to supper. Harry Wilkinson was down from Syracuse & Clara Wilder was there & Claude & we had a happy evening together in front of the big fire – the Hoyts are so nice – The talk was really brilliant – except when Claude or Harry sprang a very inane common- place with a satisfactory smirk. Miss Wilder told us about the epidemic of matrimony which has struck their house – George

is to be married Feb. 14th – (“a comic valentine”, he calls himself) and Connie in April. She also talked about her friend Mrs. Van Rensselear, Maude Adams, Sothern, Richard Harding Davis &c. &c. I spoke of


Jan. 28 Sun. I spent today delightfully at home till night. The second number of “Tommy & Grizel” in Scribner’s is out and I began reading the delicious thing & Oh, but he is a genius – that Barrie – If ever this is made into a play how I’d love to see Maude Adams play Grizel! I went to Mrs. Hoyt's to supper. Harry Wilkinson was down from Syracuse & Clara Wilder was there & Claude & we had a happy evening together in front of the big fire – the Hoyts are so nice – The talk was really brilliant – except when Claude or Harry sprang a very inane common- place with a satisfactory smirk. Miss Wilder told us about the epidemic of matrimony which has struck their house – George

is to be married Feb. 14th – (“a comic valentine”, he calls himself) and Connie in April. She also talked about her friend Mrs. Van Rensselear, Maude Adams, Sothern, Richard Harding Davis &c. &c. I spoke of

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