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Mr. Elwood isn't really over his 15 months' sickness yet, but is going down to Maine tomorrow - She was delighted to hear about Con's wedding. We had another late supper. Mrs. E.

say Marguerite owes all her artistic success - especially in lettering - to Claude. Aug 19. Wed. Still another lovely day. Claude didn't feel well and went home about 11. I went up there directly after supper - and found him very ill - Temperature 103 2/5. Dr. Biegler just leaving - and sent a trained nurse - Miss Hartley - whom I waited for - I helped Char all I could - Dr. and all of us fear typhoid fever - but no one says it. It is awful. Aug 20 Thurs. Went up to Cro'nest right after breakfast. C. had a bad night but his temperature down to 100 2/5. When the Dr. came, later, he was much encouraged, and said we needn't send for Con, after all - (Jim had telegraphed him for me, last night). Aug 21 Fri. Dear Claude still better - but only dozed a bit last night - I went and staid with him after four, this p.m, while Char and Miss Hartley got some sleep. He slept about 40 minutes - but has begun to joke - about "Gruelty to Architects," (when we feed him gruel) &c. Weather still lovely.


Mr. Elwood isn't really over his 15 months' sickness yet, but is going down to Maine tomorrow - She was delighted to hear about Con's wedding. We had another late supper. Mrs. E.

say Marguerite owes all her artistic success - especially in lettering - to Claude. Aug 19. Wed. Still another lovely day. Claude didn't feel well and went home about 11. I went up there directly after supper - and found him very ill - Temperature 103 2/5. Dr. Biegler just leaving - and sent a trained nurse - Miss Hartley - whom I waited for - I helped Char all I could - Dr. and all of us fear typhoid fever - but no one says it. It is awful. Aug 20 Thurs. Went up to Cro'nest right after breakfast. C. had a bad night but his temperature down to 100 2/5. When the Dr. came, later, he was much encouraged, and said we needn't send for Con, after all - (Jim had telegraphed him for me, last night). Aug 21 Fri. Dear Claude still better - but only dozed a bit last night - I went and staid with him after four, this p.m, while Char and Miss Hartley got some sleep. He slept about 40 minutes - but has begun to joke - about "Gruelty to Architects," (when we feed him gruel) &c. Weather still lovely.


Mr. Elwood isn't really over his 15 months' sickness yet, but is going down to Maine tomorrow - She was delighted to hear about Con's wedding. We had another late supper. Mrs. E.

say Marguerite owes all her artistic success - especially in lettering - to Claude. Aug 19. Wed. Still another lovely day. Claude didn't feel well and went home about 11. I went up there directly after supper - and found him very ill - Temperature 103 2/5. Dr. Biegler just leaving - and sent a trained nurse - Miss Hartley - whom I waited for - I helped Char all I could - Dr. and all of us fear typhoid fever - but no one says it. It is awful. Aug 20 Thurs. Went up to Cro'nest right after breakfast. C. had a bad night but his temperature down to 100 2/5. When the Dr. came, later, he was much encouraged, and said we needn't send for Con, after all - (Jim had telegraphed him for me, last night). Aug 21 Fri. Dear Claude still better - but only dozed a bit last night - I went and staid with him after four, this p.m, while Char and Miss Hartley got some sleep. He slept about 40 minutes - but has begun to joke - about "Gruelty to Architects," (when we feed him gruel) &c. Weather still lovely.

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