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^[[Monday left for Baltimore 7 PM, dined with Paul in the station & then went to Rennert]] [[preprinted]] OCTOBER 24. 1 ^[[898 Arlington on the electric car. Rode up from the Sheridan gate in company with Johnstown Florida people. [[sketch of two columns with pediment on top]] Examined the Washington Monument upon our return to the city. P.M took bicycles & rode over Rock Creek to the Zoo in the National Park, and all about the city. Saw the house 1011 M. St where Oliver used to live. House where Lincoln died 10 St]] 190 190 190 190 [[end page]] [[start page]] ^[[Tuesday. Baltimore. Rennert Hotel $4 with bath]] OCTOBER 25. 1 ^[[898 Edith Corwin walked about the city with us in the morning. Monument Sq. Old Unitarian Church with charming pulpit & mosaic in glass "Last Supper". Cathedral. McCoy Hall. Eutaw Place (Paradise Lost) Then old furniture shops the rest of the day. At Old Virginia Antique Shop, Howard St Oliver bought sideboard $50 Bureau $35, China case 35, decanter from Cane estate, son in law Carroll of Carrollton $4. 5 knives from Chase estate $15. 7 PM. Johns Hopkins Hospital with Edith. Dined with Edith at Rennert afterwards 9-30]] 190 190 190 190 [[/preprinted]]
516 10th St.; address house Lincoln died.
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