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1935 - Went to school as usual. Came home had nap. Art came over Mother & Dad went to see Harpers & their trick dog they brought it back did all kinds of tricks

1936 - School as usual, got some maple, walnut, & some celotex. No assembly. home dinner. Dad out bowling. Sis to Byrd's lecture

1937 - Up late. Dad & I cleaned basement Mother to church. read alot. Dad to [[image - footprint]] to play chess. Wrote Auntie Maude & Rose. To dorm. sure getting cold. 16┬░below in T.H/ [[?]]

1938 - Missed beans. up late. painted 2 signs to beans. dressed. to theatre little painting saw "The Barrier" C+ & "She Married an Artist" B  bot maroon tie. home beans. to "Love & Hisses" B  windy out

1939 - Up late breakfast. stirred bread. shaved, dressed. dishes, made furnace fire. to school. Galileo to landscape talked. car to town. got stuff & paint at Flax. to Union [[image - square]] lunch. had haircut. to Dulfer till 5. home tired sup radio. read. worked on letterhead

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1935 - Went to school. Came home had nap. Went to basketball game W. vs. S. B teams W. won 16 to 12. A team W. vs S. left before over. boweled 1 game (95) Harpers were over

1936 - Helped around a little. shop. to town had picture taken for yr book to State "Dante's Inferno," A (Spen. Tracy) "The Rainmakers" A- (Weeler & Woolsey). home. snowed little read

1937 - School & was I busy whew. started on assign. got books from Sis. notes on debate. beans. to Chem lab. wrote theme, beans. Jim & I to library got English. studied

1938 - Missed beans. cleaned basin mailed letter. to Art. didn't do much. beans. to Art sketched. to work painted alot. home beans. house meeting. wrote letter tired

1939 - Up 7.15. breakfast. made lunch. got stuff together. to Dulfers. finished hotel layout. Peirre liked it. to Galileo. Commercial class. Ecke talked on color, good. filled registration books. to sketch class. nothing much home early. nap. sup. read. radio. p pong - Dad & Sis

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Hi, when transcribing the diary, should I type January 10, then January 11 for each year, or type all of January 10 followed by all of January 11? One page at a time

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