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1899.
Feb. 8th Wed. My darling Ned died Monday at one o’clock – That’s all I can think of and over and over again in my head sings the refrain which Claude was singing just before he went to New York with WilkinsonBeautiful Evelyn Hope is dead”. Will came yesterday
7th
and brought her dear body and the lovely baby Phyllis
(whom he will call “Helen”) and the nurse I was over there – at Mrs. Rose's – Monday night, after I got the telegram and yesterday afternoon and night and there were things to do and people to see and flowers to arrange and Mrs. Rose to comfort and poor Will – I let him talk to me an hour about Ned – but I can’t write it down – Only this - that she died because she willed it so and no power on earth could prevent. Physically she was doing finely – but mentally – oh, the poor child – to think what she suffered! She wanted Chat to take the baby – Mae and John want it very much, but

1899.
Feb. 8th Wed. My darling Ned died Monday at one o’clock – That’s all I can think of and over and over again in my head sings the refrain which Claude was singing just before he went to New York with WilkinsonBeautiful Evelyn Hope is dead”. Will came yesterday
7th
and brought her dear body and the lovely baby Phyllis
(whom he will call “Helen”) and the nurse I was over there – at Mrs. Rose's – Monday night, after I got the telegram and yesterday afternoon and night and there were things to do and people to see and flowers to arrange and Mrs. Rose to comfort and poor Will – I let him talk to me an hour about Ned – but I can’t write it down – Only this - that she died because she willed it so and no power on earth could prevent. Physically she was doing finely – but mentally – oh, the poor child – to think what she suffered! She wanted Chat to take the baby – Mae and John want it very much, but

1899.
Feb. 8th Wed. My darling Ned died Monday at one o’clock – That’s all I can think of and over and over again in my head sings the refrain which Claude was singing just before he went to New York with WilkinsonBeautiful Evelyn Hope is dead”. Will came yesterday
7th
and brought her dear body and the lovely baby Phyllis
(whom he will call “Helen”) and the nurse I was over there – at Mrs. Rose's – Monday night, after I got the telegram and yesterday afternoon and night and there were things to do and people to see and flowers to arrange and Mrs. Rose to comfort and poor Will – I let him talk to me an hour about Ned – but I can’t write it down – Only this - that she died because she willed it so and no power on earth could prevent. Physically she was doing finely – but mentally – oh, the poor child – to think what she suffered! She wanted Chat to take the baby – Mae and John want it very much, but
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