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interested  I hope in forming a dance

among the children. I went up to Bunny's

early this afteernoon to sit with her, as 

Walter is away on an automobile trip, &

she, of course, is lonely. I left there about 

four & went up to the club to see if I

could secure any dancers for the Kir

The children were all there in full 

force, for Mrs. McClung and Mrs. McLean

were receiving. Stewart Hirschburg & I

joined forces out on the piazza & I 

tried to make him go in the Polo, but

he wouldn't wealthy. [?] joined us soon, but

almost immediately I had to go to meet

Cousin Lizzie & Cousin Walter. [?]

said hadn't seen me at the club

the last two months that I hadn't been

hustling [or bustling] off to meet a train. I walked

down & reached the ferry some time

before they were due. Father joined me

later, & we waited for the ferry. Finally

they came & we were more than 

glad to see them. we were home all

evening hearing all the latest news

from Boston, & telling them all our

items of interest. 

Sun. Apr. 3rd

None of us went to church this a. m.

but about eleven o'clock, Father took 

us down to the new museum & we 

inspected all the things which have