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Martha Baldwin diary,page 41
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.

16th Mrs. Duncan Adams & Emily Fish came by invitation this afternoon and Frank drove down with her little brothers toward night. Had a good time. To night have come to my room to study. Father has just come over the bridge coming from Pontiac where he has been to have printed notices of our auctions. It will not be much longer that I shall hear him come over the bridge or listen for his trod in the room below. 17th This afternoon, I was most sick. That catarrh has become so bothersome that I must do something for it so to night I went over to Uncle F and home by way of B--- to get

Martha Baldwin diary,page 41

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