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(May 29)
The day before Decoration Day – altho' it looked rainy, as usual, Edith, Mary & I went up to Buffalo at 4:23 and had supper at Statler’s – then went out to the Exposition and got there just before dark and in time to see the lights turned on – which was very beautiful. It drizzled a bit and the clouds were low and there was a mist and the reflection in the wet asphalt and the wierdness of it – the tower- top appearing & disappearing – was all fine we strolled about and admired – Met Lou Saunders. &c. went to Hattie Arnold Brower’s – 175 Breckenridge St., where we’d sent our bags and spent the night - each in a nice clean separate room it rained in the night & was very cloudy when we started out, after
(30th)
breakfast. Rained a little – on & off all day – but didn’t worry us any till 4:30 when it poured till we left. We enjoyed the Fisheries and Government Bldgs. very much indeed - we went there first – by noon we got around to the Midway and had luncheon in “Venice

(May 29)
The day before Decoration Day – altho' it looked rainy, as usual, Edith, Mary & I went up to Buffalo at 4:23 and had supper at Statler’s – then went out to the Exposition and got there just before dark and in time to see the lights turned on – which was very beautiful. It drizzled a bit and the clouds were low and there was a mist and the reflection in the wet asphalt and the wierdness of it – the tower- top appearing & disappearing – was all fine we strolled about and admired – Met Lou Saunders. &c. went to Hattie Arnold Brower’s – 175 Breckenridge St., where we’d sent our bags and spent the night - each in a nice clean separate room it rained in the night & was very cloudy when we started out, after
(30th)
breakfast. Rained a little – on & off all day – but didn’t worry us any till 4:30 when it poured till we left. We enjoyed the Fisheries and Government Bldgs. very much indeed - we went there first – by noon we got around to the Midway and had luncheon in “Venice

(May 29)
The day before Decoration Day – altho' it looked rainy, as usual, Edith, Mary & I went up to Buffalo at 4:23 and had supper at Statler’s – then went out to the Exposition and got there just before dark and in time to see the lights turned on – which was very beautiful. It drizzled a bit and the clouds were low and there was a mist and the reflection in the wet asphalt and the wierdness of it – the tower- top appearing & disappearing – was all fine we strolled about and admired – Met Lou Saunders. &c. went to Hattie Arnold Brower’s – 175 Breckenridge St., where we’d sent our bags and spent the night - each in a nice clean separate room it rained in the night & was very cloudy when we started out, after
(30th)
breakfast. Rained a little – on & off all day – but didn’t worry us any till 4:30 when it poured till we left. We enjoyed the Fisheries and Government Bldgs. very much indeed - we went there first – by noon we got around to the Midway and had luncheon in “Venice
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