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Mch. 11. Sat. There doesn’t seem to be much to write now-days. Life goes on just the same. Last Sunday Will was here and brought Ned's book plan cover designs - & looked at her pictures. He doesn’t care for the ones I like most. I am very sorry for him. Today Francis Wilson is in town & Papa & Mama have been to the matinee of the Little Corporal” – and enjoyed it. Last week Edith& I saw the Shuberts in “Alabama” – which I didn’t like very much – and this week we went to “Camille” – Mary & I had a jolly time together, for it struck us funny, rather than sad, in some parts & people behind made us laugh. Con has gone to N.Y. this week. I went to Chat's to supper tonight & took her her book plate – She was perfectly delighted & pasted it first in the books I’d given her &c. Hilda wrote me another nice letter the other day – She's going to Maude’s for Easter. I’m reading “David Harum” and The Browning’s love letters. Con & I called on Mae & John the other night – late. Tomorrow is Mary's birthday & I'm going to give her Many Inventions”. Mr. Kipling is getting well! but his little daughter Josephine

died.


Mch. 11. Sat. There doesn’t seem to be much to write now-days. Life goes on just the same. Last Sunday Will was here and brought Ned's book plan cover designs - & looked at her pictures. He doesn’t care for the ones I like most. I am very sorry for him. Today Francis Wilson is in town & Papa & Mama have been to the matinee of the Little Corporal” – and enjoyed it. Last week Edith& I saw the Shuberts in “Alabama” – which I didn’t like very much – and this week we went to “Camille” – Mary & I had a jolly time together, for it struck us funny, rather than sad, in some parts & people behind made us laugh. Con has gone to N.Y. this week. I went to Chat's to supper tonight & took her her book plate – She was perfectly delighted & pasted it first in the books I’d given her &c. Hilda wrote me another nice letter the other day – She's going to Maude’s for Easter. I’m reading “David Harum” and The Browning’s love letters. Con & I called on Mae & John the other night – late. Tomorrow is Mary's birthday & I'm going to give her Many Inventions”. Mr. Kipling is getting well! but his little daughter Josephine

died.


Mch. 11. Sat. There doesn’t seem to be much to write now-days. Life goes on just the same. Last Sunday Will was here and brought Ned's book plan cover designs - & looked at her pictures. He doesn’t care for the ones I like most. I am very sorry for him. Today Francis Wilson is in town & Papa & Mama have been to the matinee of the Little Corporal” – and enjoyed it. Last week Edith& I saw the Shuberts in “Alabama” – which I didn’t like very much – and this week we went to “Camille” – Mary & I had a jolly time together, for it struck us funny, rather than sad, in some parts & people behind made us laugh. Con has gone to N.Y. this week. I went to Chat's to supper tonight & took her her book plate – She was perfectly delighted & pasted it first in the books I’d given her &c. Hilda wrote me another nice letter the other day – She's going to Maude’s for Easter. I’m reading “David Harum” and The Browning’s love letters. Con & I called on Mae & John the other night – late. Tomorrow is Mary's birthday & I'm going to give her Many Inventions”. Mr. Kipling is getting well! but his little daughter Josephine

died.

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