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September 12 

1935 - School as usual walked home with Art did studies Rysen took us to lecture sure good came home lessons etc. 

1936 - Worked on table. very windy Miss Symdiltch in office not bad. Dad Mother & I to Poky. shopped. alot to Orpheum "Anthony Adverse" A- bus home. read. 

1937 - Up late. breakfast. got some wood did a little packing. Delzers over. brot vegetables had dinner. Dad & Mother nap. read played with Chan. tea. radio. stirred up my paints

1938 - Up early. breakfast. bus & car to Powell str foggy. to Philosophy class. lecture good stuff. walked around. car to Galileo. studies. to Art 519. Ecke here nice guy. very young. to sketch class. home. Sis working on job (hat) folks show. sup. read

1939 Up 6.30 breakfast. made lunch. to town [[deleted]] with Dad [[deleted]] Dulfers. made 2 letterheads lunch at square to Academy. Stols class. did still life. fair. to S.F. museum. home 7. sup. had nap. worked on lettering problem late.

September 13

1935 - School as usual. Type alot of fun. dinky home slept. dinner Jim & I tennis alot of fun

1936 - Finished tablet & got it up. at last. we had chicken dinner then Mother & Dad to church. I read. we had tea for walk. read. tried to make my monogram

1937 - Up late. breakfast. cleaned shoes. stirred paint. to Turner's farm got milk. lunch. Mother & dressed to Poky with Mrs. Clark. haircut. to theatre painted 2 signs. saw Clif & Art. they brot me home

1938 - Up 7.30. breakfast. helped around little. bus to Golden Gate park to Japanese Tea garden. painted. fair Sacaye brot me back to school. talked to 2A class. fair home. tired. supa Sis discouraged with her hat skills 

1939 - Up 7. shower breakfast. made lunch. to town. rained like the devil for about 2 hrs. to Academy. to lettering class. made Doman letters. lunch at square to Dulfers pantographed kids. to car barn got car books home sup. read paper. worked on lettering.

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