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the Johnny Grahams at the corner and walked home with Claude (Jno H. gave him tickets) Jan. 14 Thurs. Yesterday was uneventful (but wintery) and tonight is stormed, but Claude & I went to see Ethel Barrymore in "Cousin Kate" - a very cute play with a small cast - but beautifully done. (Stickley furniture in 2nd act &c.) The love scene in the vacant house in the 2nd act was charming - We both enjoyed it very much indeed. Jan. 15 Fri. This is "another" night - (The 4th) I'd promised to learn "flinch". Mary & I were going to Lura's, but Eleanore
has the chicken pox and M. was afraid. I didn't care much as I was very tired. Miss Blackall is home sick. Jan. 16 Sat. A strenuous day. Miss Blackall still sick and I with JW's men and all the dictation &c.&c. Claude went down to Castile to see Char. I felt rather worried for fear he'd be snowed up, as it was blowing and drifing and growing cold. Jan. 17 Sun. A "white" Sunday. Dear Mother has a bad cold and I'm worried about her, but she would go to church. I read "Life of Napoleon" &c. & held Zozie

the Johnny Grahams at the corner and walked home with Claude (Jno H. gave him tickets) Jan. 14 Thurs. Yesterday was uneventful (but wintery) and tonight is stormed, but Claude & I went to see Ethel Barrymore in "Cousin Kate" - a very cute play with a small cast - but beautifully done. (Stickley furniture in 2nd act &c.) The love scene in the vacant house in the 2nd act was charming - We both enjoyed it very much indeed. Jan. 15 Fri. This is "another" night - (The 4th) I'd promised to learn "flinch". Mary & I were going to Lura's, but Eleanore
has the chicken pox and M. was afraid. I didn't care much as I was very tired. Miss Blackall is home sick. Jan. 16 Sat. A strenuous day. Miss Blackall still sick and I with JW's men and all the dictation &c.&c. Claude went down to Castile to see Char. I felt rather worried for fear he'd be snowed up, as it was blowing and drifing and growing cold. Jan. 17 Sun. A "white" Sunday. Dear Mother has a bad cold and I'm worried about her, but she would go to church. I read "Life of Napoleon" &c. & held Zozie

the Johnny Grahams at the corner and walked home with Claude (Jno H. gave him tickets) Jan. 14 Thurs. Yesterday was uneventful (but wintery) and tonight is stormed, but Claude & I went to see Ethel Barrymore in "Cousin Kate" - a very cute play with a small cast - but beautifully done. (Stickley furniture in 2nd act &c.) The love scene in the vacant house in the 2nd act was charming - We both enjoyed it very much indeed. Jan. 15 Fri. This is "another" night - (The 4th) I'd promised to learn "flinch". Mary & I were going to Lura's, but Eleanore
has the chicken pox and M. was afraid. I didn't care much as I was very tired. Miss Blackall is home sick. Jan. 16 Sat. A strenuous day. Miss Blackall still sick and I with JW's men and all the dictation &c.&c. Claude went down to Castile to see Char. I felt rather worried for fear he'd be snowed up, as it was blowing and drifing and growing cold. Jan. 17 Sun. A "white" Sunday. Dear Mother has a bad cold and I'm worried about her, but she would go to church. I read "Life of Napoleon" &c. & held Zozie
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