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8/23/01
a game of dominoes with Gerald Haim and Mr. Dumble, before “turning in”. Aug 24 Saturday I was late up this morning it was cool and cloudy - a flannel waist day - and I spent most of it in the hammock reading “The Darlingtons” which I finished- so my eyes ache tonight- Trudy went to town this morning, and we all sailed over tonight after supper, to get a nurse for Mrs. Barnum and the Dumbles - who had been to Kingston & returned on the “Pierrepont” - It was a slow sail and we came back by moonlight. Then Trudy and I spent the evening - till nearly eleven - in hammock and rocking chair out in the moonlight watching the river and listening to the distant music at the Inn. Mr. Barnum came this evening. The Turnbull boys have gone in to camp on Forsyth's Island. They have been fussing with boats all day. Had a letter from Mother & one from Edith.

8/23/01
a game of dominoes with Gerald Haim and Mr. Dumble, before “turning in”. Aug 24 Saturday I was late up this morning it was cool and cloudy - a flannel waist day - and I spent most of it in the hammock reading “The Darlingtons” which I finished- so my eyes ache tonight- Trudy went to town this morning, and we all sailed over tonight after supper, to get a nurse for Mrs. Barnum and the Dumbles - who had been to Kingston & returned on the “Pierrepont” - It was a slow sail and we came back by moonlight. Then Trudy and I spent the evening - till nearly eleven - in hammock and rocking chair out in the moonlight watching the river and listening to the distant music at the Inn. Mr. Barnum came this evening. The Turnbull boys have gone in to camp on Forsyth's Island. They have been fussing with boats all day. Had a letter from Mother & one from Edith.

8/23/01
a game of dominoes with Gerald Haim and Mr. Dumble, before “turning in”. Aug 24 Saturday I was late up this morning it was cool and cloudy - a flannel waist day - and I spent most of it in the hammock reading “The Darlingtons” which I finished- so my eyes ache tonight- Trudy went to town this morning, and we all sailed over tonight after supper, to get a nurse for Mrs. Barnum and the Dumbles - who had been to Kingston & returned on the “Pierrepont” - It was a slow sail and we came back by moonlight. Then Trudy and I spent the evening - till nearly eleven - in hammock and rocking chair out in the moonlight watching the river and listening to the distant music at the Inn. Mr. Barnum came this evening. The Turnbull boys have gone in to camp on Forsyth's Island. They have been fussing with boats all day. Had a letter from Mother & one from Edith.
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