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1900
The Charlatan 3/24/00.
down to Edith’s & Freddie’s) and spent the evening – Met a Miss St. Germain - Heard all about Mr. & Mrs. Cross' trip to Bermuda. “Tuesday's” eighth birthday. Ate pistachio nuts – yesterday I staid down to lunch with Mae Stull (no, that was last week) – with Claude and Jno. Hilliard and the day before with the girls and Monday with Mama. Mch. 25 Sun. A lovely sunny day – but still cold - I’ve just taken The “Bride's & Groom's” picture. Edith wants me to go up to Mae’s after church (if I go) this p.m. Last night Mary and I went to see DeWolf Hopper in “The Charlatan It was very comic – opera-y but we both enjoyed it – feeling in the mood – He made two speeches between the acts – Little Jessie Macaye was very cute indeed and one of his songs very funny, but the music was not so particularly stunning as some I’ve heard. Our rooms are papered now and the house looks very pretty and homey and dear and nice this morning. “We ought to be thankful” – as Mama says.

1900
The Charlatan 3/24/00.
down to Edith’s & Freddie’s) and spent the evening – Met a Miss St. Germain - Heard all about Mr. & Mrs. Cross' trip to Bermuda. “Tuesday's” eighth birthday. Ate pistachio nuts – yesterday I staid down to lunch with Mae Stull (no, that was last week) – with Claude and Jno. Hilliard and the day before with the girls and Monday with Mama. Mch. 25 Sun. A lovely sunny day – but still cold - I’ve just taken The “Bride's & Groom's” picture. Edith wants me to go up to Mae’s after church (if I go) this p.m. Last night Mary and I went to see DeWolf Hopper in “The Charlatan It was very comic – opera-y but we both enjoyed it – feeling in the mood – He made two speeches between the acts – Little Jessie Macaye was very cute indeed and one of his songs very funny, but the music was not so particularly stunning as some I’ve heard. Our rooms are papered now and the house looks very pretty and homey and dear and nice this morning. “We ought to be thankful” – as Mama says.

1900
The Charlatan 3/24/00.
down to Edith’s & Freddie’s) and spent the evening – Met a Miss St. Germain - Heard all about Mr. & Mrs. Cross' trip to Bermuda. “Tuesday's” eighth birthday. Ate pistachio nuts – yesterday I staid down to lunch with Mae Stull (no, that was last week) – with Claude and Jno. Hilliard and the day before with the girls and Monday with Mama. Mch. 25 Sun. A lovely sunny day – but still cold - I’ve just taken The “Bride's & Groom's” picture. Edith wants me to go up to Mae’s after church (if I go) this p.m. Last night Mary and I went to see DeWolf Hopper in “The Charlatan It was very comic – opera-y but we both enjoyed it – feeling in the mood – He made two speeches between the acts – Little Jessie Macaye was very cute indeed and one of his songs very funny, but the music was not so particularly stunning as some I’ve heard. Our rooms are papered now and the house looks very pretty and homey and dear and nice this morning. “We ought to be thankful” – as Mama says.
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