The Jervis McEntee Diaries - September 22, 1882

Diary Entry:

Friday, Sept 22, 1882 Has rained violently nearly all day. Received a letter from Calvert in which he tells me to go with Eastman and that he has made other arrangements for his vacation with Bowyer at Staten Island. I wrote him I had given up going to Maine and telegraphed him to that effect. Wrote to Eastman that I could not go. Nothing has been heard from Maurice. A letter came for him from Newport today. I went down town in the rain to mail my letters. The carpenter worked today and I looked up a painter to finish the work I am not able to do.

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