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7/24/04
and wrote some letters while Laura napped. Then went down and talked photography with some people from Salt Lake City, who were going to Detroit (Spauldings) and the Rochester girls. Miss Buck of the Vacuum Oil Co. and her sister and cousin. Showed them my Pointe - au - Baril pictures - which much delighted them. The Foster's were very nice at dinner and soon afterward we arrived at Cleveland. A most picturesque harbor - full of shipping. The town piles up and spreads along the shore and we could see the Garfield Memorial a long way off. Laura and I took trolley ride out there. The streets are very wide and very beautiful. Euclid Avenue of course and the public square and the parks. We walked up to Garfield's tomb - and climbed up and saw the lovely view from it. Then came down and sat on the grass a long time. It was a perfect day. Finally we started back (meeting crowds going to "Euclid Beach" - the "Charlotte" of Cleveland. On the conductor's advice we took a transfer to the "Detroit St." line and crossed the viaduct and rode half or three- quarters of an hour and toward the west. The day was delightful and it was certain-

7/24/04
and wrote some letters while Laura napped. Then went down and talked photography with some people from Salt Lake City, who were going to Detroit (Spauldings) and the Rochester girls. Miss Buck of the Vacuum Oil Co. and her sister and cousin. Showed them my Pointe - au - Baril pictures - which much delighted them. The Foster's were very nice at dinner and soon afterward we arrived at Cleveland. A most picturesque harbor - full of shipping. The town piles up and spreads along the shore and we could see the Garfield Memorial a long way off. Laura and I took trolley ride out there. The streets are very wide and very beautiful. Euclid Avenue of course and the public square and the parks. We walked up to Garfield's tomb - and climbed up and saw the lovely view from it. Then came down and sat on the grass a long time. It was a perfect day. Finally we started back (meeting crowds going to "Euclid Beach" - the "Charlotte" of Cleveland. On the conductor's advice we took a transfer to the "Detroit St." line and crossed the viaduct and rode half or three- quarters of an hour and toward the west. The day was delightful and it was certain-

7/24/04
and wrote some letters while Laura napped. Then went down and talked photography with some people from Salt Lake City, who were going to Detroit (Spauldings) and the Rochester girls. Miss Buck of the Vacuum Oil Co. and her sister and cousin. Showed them my Pointe - au - Baril pictures - which much delighted them. The Foster's were very nice at dinner and soon afterward we arrived at Cleveland. A most picturesque harbor - full of shipping. The town piles up and spreads along the shore and we could see the Garfield Memorial a long way off. Laura and I took trolley ride out there. The streets are very wide and very beautiful. Euclid Avenue of course and the public square and the parks. We walked up to Garfield's tomb - and climbed up and saw the lovely view from it. Then came down and sat on the grass a long time. It was a perfect day. Finally we started back (meeting crowds going to "Euclid Beach" - the "Charlotte" of Cleveland. On the conductor's advice we took a transfer to the "Detroit St." line and crossed the viaduct and rode half or three- quarters of an hour and toward the west. The day was delightful and it was certain-
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