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on Klemmy Goodyear. She is getting sick of her job. Edith called on me and I saw Mary. Yesterday we received the invitation to the Perfect's reunion, and today I answered it - wrote all evening. Oct. 10 Sat. It looked rather cloudy this a.m., but I got a nice lunch ready and went to the 9:35 train, arriving just as Grace Bingham did (without her camera) and we got to Geneseo about half-past two. Numerous people were going up for the horse show. Mrs. Danforth Mr. Averill, Mr. Watson. The Batavia Carys and a very much togged-out man we called "The Villain". Little "Miss Lady" began enjoying it right away - tho' she left her sweater on the cars some where. The train stops at the meadow now, but we got out at the station and walked up the long hill and across in front of Court house. and down into the Homestead grounds which were quite as beautiful as ever - with a big tailed gray squirrel scootting around. All the village were out to see the Automobile Endurance run - coming thro' today. We saw four or five of the autos, first and last


on Klemmy Goodyear. She is getting sick of her job. Edith called on me and I saw Mary. Yesterday we received the invitation to the Perfect's reunion, and today I answered it - wrote all evening. Oct. 10 Sat. It looked rather cloudy this a.m., but I got a nice lunch ready and went to the 9:35 train, arriving just as Grace Bingham did (without her camera) and we got to Geneseo about half-past two. Numerous people were going up for the horse show. Mrs. Danforth Mr. Averill, Mr. Watson. The Batavia Carys and a very much togged-out man we called "The Villain". Little "Miss Lady" began enjoying it right away - tho' she left her sweater on the cars some where. The train stops at the meadow now, but we got out at the station and walked up the long hill and across in front of Court house. and down into the Homestead grounds which were quite as beautiful as ever - with a big tailed gray squirrel scootting around. All the village were out to see the Automobile Endurance run - coming thro' today. We saw four or five of the autos, first and last


on Klemmy Goodyear. She is getting sick of her job. Edith called on me and I saw Mary. Yesterday we received the invitation to the Perfect's reunion, and today I answered it - wrote all evening. Oct. 10 Sat. It looked rather cloudy this a.m., but I got a nice lunch ready and went to the 9:35 train, arriving just as Grace Bingham did (without her camera) and we got to Geneseo about half-past two. Numerous people were going up for the horse show. Mrs. Danforth Mr. Averill, Mr. Watson. The Batavia Carys and a very much togged-out man we called "The Villain". Little "Miss Lady" began enjoying it right away - tho' she left her sweater on the cars some where. The train stops at the meadow now, but we got out at the station and walked up the long hill and across in front of Court house. and down into the Homestead grounds which were quite as beautiful as ever - with a big tailed gray squirrel scootting around. All the village were out to see the Automobile Endurance run - coming thro' today. We saw four or five of the autos, first and last

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