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June 1892 Alice not well at all. rather silent most of the time. Friday June 3d Said good night to her in bed. Torn between my desire not to leave her & my desire not to spoil her sleep. June 4th Saturday. Sailed for America. Alice stood on the shore and photographed the ship as we moved away. She looked so thin and pale to me as she sat on the wharf. Perhaps I never shall see her again. Steamship Noordland, red star line. [[underline]] José Carregha [[/underline]], consul from Belgium to Mexico. German family of [[underline]] Hermans. [[/underline]] French Dr. & wife [[underline]] Docquien [[/underline]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 1 Maude Kerrnick, from Cleveland, Ohio. Romaine's mother, daughter & son, very nice indeed - Miss Seaver. Pleasant little Bostonian. Miss Schmoche & mother, arranged a trip round the world with Dr. Spore as guide. Mr. F.M. Vermorcken & brother. artist pupil of Carolus Duran. Mr. Voglesang very pleasant german American. Mr. Clipper. Funny old German jew from New Orleans [[bracket]] Capt Gordon Winslow Mrs. Winslow [[underline]] not [[/underline]] husband & wife Merril - the best of the other passengers.
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