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1899 Snow, then pouring rain. [[preprinted]] January 6. 1 ^[[Mrs. Corse in the morning & Mrs. Stark in the P.M. & both lunched on coffee & sandwiches here Two such women in one day are exhausting! But one must pay for such]] 190 ^[[handsome models in some fashion. Mr. Smith took us to Prince Rupert of Hensay, I perspired with the excitement & the stifling heat of the theatre. Lunch at Touraine café afterwards most refreshing. Mr. Smith lost his train]] 190 190 190 [[end page]] [[start page]] ^[[Sat]] January 7. 1 ^[[Sund. Mrs. Stark posed from 3 to 4. when Oliver came. Fine concert in the evening. Miss Olive Mead, soloist.]] 190 190 190^[[1 Harold Bower. Beyond description a great pianist]] 190 [[/preprinted]]
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