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Martha Baldwin diary,page 152
Baldwin, Martha, 1840-1913

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Baldwin, Martha, 1840-1913

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Part of Martha Baldwin's Diary, 1858-1859

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This page is incorrectly labeled as number 153 - the correct page number is 152. The following is taken from a transcription of Martha Baldwin’s diary (1858-1859). Illegible sections of the original text are noted as follows: ______. A parenthetical question mark (?) follows words in the original text that were not completely legible but were still transcribed. February 6. The last Sunday I shall spend out at Lexington, I hope. Not that I am really homesick but then there is no intelligence in the family, no reading material save one of the papers published here and half of the time that is not brought up. How thankful I am that I was not brought up in such a family. Then Ella is as ______ as Cain. I went to church to the Methodist this morning and to the Baptist to a lecture to night with Wesley newly married though he is. Last night, she went and he staid at home and tonight he went and she staid home. Written to Veronica and Em Snow, and Monsieur Berry helped me

Martha Baldwin diary,page 152

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