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Mar. 17. Got up early Sunday morning & after various adventures “sailed” at about 8 o’clock for N.Y. and about 9 started for Rochester. A fine bright day in N.Y. and pleasant enough on board train. We go thro’ Tuxedo, and along the Delaware for miles. I read & we had a nice lunch to eat &c. &c. Mary read “Eleanor which I gave her for her birthday. We had to wait in Corning & walked around town and got hot chocolate &c. Arrived home promptly at 9:15. Papa & Nellie Mac met us – Bath and bed

18-23
This week has been busy, but uneventful – J.W. sailed for home Wednesday – J.G. has the grip, but Crump is better of it – I had lunch with Edith Friday, a visit with Lura – and last night Bertha Gutman walked nearly home with me – today I have a long letter from Stanley Oliver and a lot of pressed ferns & things. Claude asked me to go to the Pan American

Mar. 17. Got up early Sunday morning & after various adventures “sailed” at about 8 o’clock for N.Y. and about 9 started for Rochester. A fine bright day in N.Y. and pleasant enough on board train. We go thro’ Tuxedo, and along the Delaware for miles. I read & we had a nice lunch to eat &c. &c. Mary read “Eleanor which I gave her for her birthday. We had to wait in Corning & walked around town and got hot chocolate &c. Arrived home promptly at 9:15. Papa & Nellie Mac met us – Bath and bed

18-23
This week has been busy, but uneventful – J.W. sailed for home Wednesday – J.G. has the grip, but Crump is better of it – I had lunch with Edith Friday, a visit with Lura – and last night Bertha Gutman walked nearly home with me – today I have a long letter from Stanley Oliver and a lot of pressed ferns & things. Claude asked me to go to the Pan American

Mar. 17. Got up early Sunday morning & after various adventures “sailed” at about 8 o’clock for N.Y. and about 9 started for Rochester. A fine bright day in N.Y. and pleasant enough on board train. We go thro’ Tuxedo, and along the Delaware for miles. I read & we had a nice lunch to eat &c. &c. Mary read “Eleanor which I gave her for her birthday. We had to wait in Corning & walked around town and got hot chocolate &c. Arrived home promptly at 9:15. Papa & Nellie Mac met us – Bath and bed

18-23
This week has been busy, but uneventful – J.W. sailed for home Wednesday – J.G. has the grip, but Crump is better of it – I had lunch with Edith Friday, a visit with Lura – and last night Bertha Gutman walked nearly home with me – today I have a long letter from Stanley Oliver and a lot of pressed ferns & things. Claude asked me to go to the Pan American
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