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Martha Baldwin diary,page 164
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 165 - the correct page number is 164. 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. and then not have enough money to get home with. I want to go home, not but what I am enjoying myself well enough here, but I know they want me there. If I was teaching or doing anything but visiting I would not feel half as sad. Just as soon as I get the money I shall go if the mud is knee deep. I received a letter from Gus today. She is well and gay. We had an oyster supper this evening and a pleasant time though no one dared to say a word as the _____ was there. March 3. We know not what a day or an hour may bring

Martha Baldwin diary,page 164

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