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Sept.
all by himself when the man hurt& him - and the whole neighborhood is mourning him - And poor old "Prinnie" too, is dead - of old age - dear old Prinnie! Papa came back from Dansville
(30th)
tonight. We had a half-holiday today (for a wonder) on account of Dewey's return and Edith &I went to see "Hon. Jno. Grigsby" (Sol Smith Russell) at the Lyceum. Wednesday night she & Mary&
(27th)
I saw "Trelawney of the Wells" a very quaint delightful play and marvellously well acted. I have been to Cook's more or less (with Claude or Con) to see the biograph with Rochester views, and when Gertrude was here we saw Viola Allen in the "Christian" - a very strong fine thing - much better than the book (which I'd just been reading) I thought. "Clark" in the Wilburs comes next week! Kate Davis is looking fine and gave
Claude took me to Hoyt's "A Contented Woman" it was real funny.
a very interesting talk on Bohemia at Plymouth Church one night. We all went to hear her, and Lura has invited her to supper tomorrow night with the other Davises, the MacArthurs, Edithand me.

Sept.
all by himself when the man hurt& him - and the whole neighborhood is mourning him - And poor old "Prinnie" too, is dead - of old age - dear old Prinnie! Papa came back from Dansville
(30th)
tonight. We had a half-holiday today (for a wonder) on account of Dewey's return and Edith &I went to see "Hon. Jno. Grigsby" (Sol Smith Russell) at the Lyceum. Wednesday night she & Mary&
(27th)
I saw "Trelawney of the Wells" a very quaint delightful play and marvellously well acted. I have been to Cook's more or less (with Claude or Con) to see the biograph with Rochester views, and when Gertrude was here we saw Viola Allen in the "Christian" - a very strong fine thing - much better than the book (which I'd just been reading) I thought. "Clark" in the Wilburs comes next week! Kate Davis is looking fine and gave
Claude took me to Hoyt's "A Contented Woman" it was real funny.
a very interesting talk on Bohemia at Plymouth Church one night. We all went to hear her, and Lura has invited her to supper tomorrow night with the other Davises, the MacArthurs, Edithand me.

Sept.
all by himself when the man hurt& him - and the whole neighborhood is mourning him - And poor old "Prinnie" too, is dead - of old age - dear old Prinnie! Papa came back from Dansville
(30th)
tonight. We had a half-holiday today (for a wonder) on account of Dewey's return and Edith &I went to see "Hon. Jno. Grigsby" (Sol Smith Russell) at the Lyceum. Wednesday night she & Mary&
(27th)
I saw "Trelawney of the Wells" a very quaint delightful play and marvellously well acted. I have been to Cook's more or less (with Claude or Con) to see the biograph with Rochester views, and when Gertrude was here we saw Viola Allen in the "Christian" - a very strong fine thing - much better than the book (which I'd just been reading) I thought. "Clark" in the Wilburs comes next week! Kate Davis is looking fine and gave
Claude took me to Hoyt's "A Contented Woman" it was real funny.
a very interesting talk on Bohemia at Plymouth Church one night. We all went to hear her, and Lura has invited her to supper tomorrow night with the other Davises, the MacArthurs, Edithand me.
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