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Martha Baldwin diary,page 23
Baldwin, Martha, 1840-1913

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Baldwin, Martha, 1840-1913

Women Michigan Birmingham Biography

Birmingham (Mich.) History

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Part of Martha Baldwin's Diary, 1860-1863

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Some sections of the original diary are illegible, and these are noted in the transcription. A bracketed question mark [?] represents one illegible word. Places where whole sentences (or considerable portions thereof) were found to be illegible are noted with a bracketed ellipsis […]. Whole paragraphs found to be illegible have been noted in the following manner: [P] . They said I read it well and that is a good deal. 24th So deep was the snow that we could not go to chapel this morning and have scarcely been out of doors though busy. O it is such hard work to study Saturdays. The girls are all nodding around the table. I am so sleepy I can’t study. This week I’ve heard from Gus. She has had to leave school on account of her health. Too bad. 25th Most sick. So cold and stormy none of us have been out. Lucy and [?] are away. Mr Morill was here to tea. I have written home and a abstract of the lecture I’ve been reading to the girls. Another day of [?] to morrow.

Martha Baldwin diary,page 23

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