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138 B. Robbins, Mr Codman, Mo, Frank Polk, Mr Stewart, Dick Wilson, Roman Baldwin, E. Gregory, Mr Ford. Very nice. [[underlined]] July 17th 1895. [[/underlined]] I saw Anna Sands here to-day, so I suppose Robert has arrived. Had the loveliest, sweetest note from Charlotte Barnes to-day. Gives one an excuse to write. So glad. Miss B. a brick. Wish I could become a governess join family, fancy work Mrs B. helps Mr B. Reading Miss B. [[end page]] [[start page]] 139 Talking Charlotte, walking Nellie, smoking Sanford, [[?]] Jim. Ha ha fine governess! Take me [[?]] Mr B? Yes. Good. Come Tomorrow - Dinning with Cushings to-night. Wonder who will be there. Jim wont so what matter. Wear new dress. But no one to see it. Oh indeed. Good bye. Will R.S. come this afternoon already 10 past 6. No. Yes. No. Toss up. Came yes. [[underlined]] July 21st. [[/underlined]] Cushing dinner great fun. Howard Cushing sat next me talked to me after dinner
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