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[“Nordeck” – “All the Comforts of Home”.] Mr. Cutler has gone down to Jamestown, R.I. (Bay View House) and is having lovely times getting acquainted with Captain Chadwick & Admiral Sampson, as “the fleet” has been there. Edith & Mary are agitating vacations & so am I – with Gertrude. All the excitement at the office is seeing the coach “Red Jacket go by every morning about 10 – bound for Avon. One night Chat & Frank & Mr. Gilmore & Marjorie all came over on their tandems & we had phosphate and wafers & Rudolph for amuse- ment - it seemed to serve! June 25. Sun. Nothing much has happened this week. Except a letter from Hilda saying she’d come and visit me (and I wrote to Maude to do likewise. I went to the matinee of “Nordeck

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(very German!). Thursday – and to
(23rd)
All the Comforts of Home” Friday night.
(22nd)
Thursday evening Edith came for me and we went up into the park and saw a lovely sunset and sat on a bench & spooned till moonlight – walked home!
(24th)
Yesterday afternoon I spent sleeping from 2.30 to 4.30. Then took a bath & washed my hair and after supper rode down to

[“Nordeck” – “All the Comforts of Home”.] Mr. Cutler has gone down to Jamestown, R.I. (Bay View House) and is having lovely times getting acquainted with Captain Chadwick & Admiral Sampson, as “the fleet” has been there. Edith & Mary are agitating vacations & so am I – with Gertrude. All the excitement at the office is seeing the coach “Red Jacket go by every morning about 10 – bound for Avon. One night Chat & Frank & Mr. Gilmore & Marjorie all came over on their tandems & we had phosphate and wafers & Rudolph for amuse- ment - it seemed to serve! June 25. Sun. Nothing much has happened this week. Except a letter from Hilda saying she’d come and visit me (and I wrote to Maude to do likewise. I went to the matinee of “Nordeck

(22nd)
(very German!). Thursday – and to
(23rd)
All the Comforts of Home” Friday night.
(22nd)
Thursday evening Edith came for me and we went up into the park and saw a lovely sunset and sat on a bench & spooned till moonlight – walked home!
(24th)
Yesterday afternoon I spent sleeping from 2.30 to 4.30. Then took a bath & washed my hair and after supper rode down to

[“Nordeck” – “All the Comforts of Home”.] Mr. Cutler has gone down to Jamestown, R.I. (Bay View House) and is having lovely times getting acquainted with Captain Chadwick & Admiral Sampson, as “the fleet” has been there. Edith & Mary are agitating vacations & so am I – with Gertrude. All the excitement at the office is seeing the coach “Red Jacket go by every morning about 10 – bound for Avon. One night Chat & Frank & Mr. Gilmore & Marjorie all came over on their tandems & we had phosphate and wafers & Rudolph for amuse- ment - it seemed to serve! June 25. Sun. Nothing much has happened this week. Except a letter from Hilda saying she’d come and visit me (and I wrote to Maude to do likewise. I went to the matinee of “Nordeck

(22nd)
(very German!). Thursday – and to
(23rd)
All the Comforts of Home” Friday night.
(22nd)
Thursday evening Edith came for me and we went up into the park and saw a lovely sunset and sat on a bench & spooned till moonlight – walked home!
(24th)
Yesterday afternoon I spent sleeping from 2.30 to 4.30. Then took a bath & washed my hair and after supper rode down to
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