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Martha Baldwin diary,page 26
Baldwin, Martha, 1840-1913

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Baldwin, Martha, 1840-1913

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Part of Martha Baldwin's Diary, 1859-1860

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The following is a transcription of Martha Baldwin's diary, 1859-1860. Question marks inclosed in parentheses represent words in the original diary that were illegible. Elipses are used to indicate larger portions of the text found to be illegible.

30 Most sick. We all went over to Uncle Frank’s to day. Sarah and Kittie staid. I went up to Veronica’s school. I received a letter from Miss Brown of Yellow Springs. She answered very promptly and kindly. 31st Most sick again. Studying. We have had such a nice rain. August 1st Washing and very busy to night. I rode down to the village and up to Emily Fish’s. It is about decided for me to go to Antioch if I am well enough to go anywhere. Aug 2 Mother has been talking of going out to Uncle Charles but I am so afraid something will happen to prevent. Do hope not.

Martha Baldwin diary,page 26

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