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1892 June 16th Arrived in N.Y. too late for the train. Met by Fan Fuller & her father. Cousin Mary & family charming. Rose Holt a journalist. Elizabeth Holt who is taking the trained nurse course, really inspired in appearance. June 17th Hot. Hot. Found the Scotts in the train to Boston - Jess & Paul met us. Father & Louis at the train in Winchester. Grandmother, Adelaid & Mr. Chase at the house. Adelaid very happy & serene. Also Will Chase [[end page]] [[start page]] June 25th Grandmother cried telling me how our day at Anne's grave Uncle had been feeling worse than usual over the impending marriage between Adelaide & Will. Not but that he liked Will; only he felt sure it would put an end to Adelaide's art & be the blow to all his hopes of ambition, & the sorry end to his devotion in her all these years. He felt too that she would not be happy any way but in painting. He cried & kept on - protesting that for him there was only a lonely old age to look forward to.
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