Wednesday, Feb 22, 1883 I did not feel well today. Guy called to see me about the rotary exhibition. While he was here Whittredge came in and we discussed the subject. Mr. Cooper called, and Downing came over. I attended a meeting of a few artists in Partons room to discuss a rotary exhibition. Not much was accomplished except to appoint a committee to confer with Bierstadt, Perry and others who are devising a plan. There is a general feeling among the artists that some thing of this kind ought to be done. Called to see Miss [?]. She had gone to Boston but I saw Mrs. Anderson, [?] full of anxieties but try to keep up courage.