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Wed., June 24, 1914

Wed. June 24, 1914 Papa comes Home. Papa came on the 3:55 (I think it was) this morning and only mamma knew he was coming then and she wanted it [to be] a surprise so she went and met him … Continue reading

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Feb. 26 & 27, 1914

Thur. Feb. 26, 1914 OO Studied when I wasn’t reciting. This P.M. I went to gymnasium. I wonder if when I’m an old woman I’ll recall these gym. classes and all the studying with pleasure. I wonder if I am … Continue reading

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Feb. 14 & 15, 1914

Saturday 14 Well this is Saturday and I have accomplished absolutely nothing all day. I am so tired and lame (from gym I guess) that my brain just wont[sic] work and I don’t seem to be able to study. I … Continue reading

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Oct. 22 & 23, 1913

Wed. October 22, 1913 OO Ralph has asked me to go to Albion with him Saturday to the football game there is a whole car load going wont it be fun? This P.M. Papa and I had a long talk … Continue reading

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May 23 & 24, 1913

My first Concert Schoolcraft. Fri. May 23, 1913 Well the train arrived in Kazoo and the girls arrived around all the corners of the station on the run just about the second the train pulled out. We “arrived” in Schoolcraft … Continue reading

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Feb. 22-23, 1913

Sat. Feb. 22, 1913 No school today! I slept until after 10:00 A.M. then got up & told the folks about the Banquet. I read Vanity Fair the rest of the morning and until I feel[sic] asleep in the afternoon. … Continue reading

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Thurs., Feb. 20, 1913

OO This P.M. every class in college has a class prayer meeting because Sunday is the “Day of Prayer for Colleges” So I went to the Freshman meeting and it was fine [it] was an inspiration and I was so … Continue reading

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