The Jervis McEntee Diaries - March 10, 1885

Diary Entry:

Tuesday, Mar 10, 1885 Very cold and windy, the most disagreeable of weather. Finished my little twilight picture. Fuller came in and staid a long time. He wants to sell Warren one of my pictures and to get my wood interior for himself if he can arrange it. He does not hesitate to let me know how much he likes my pictures. I feel encouraged to hope I will sell him something. I do not hear from the Boston man who bought my little picture. I am afraid he is disappointed in it. One generally has more trouble with the people who want ones pictures cheap. I spent the evening with Mr & Mrs. Anderson and Miss Nesmith. They always seem pleased to see me and I feel at home with them. Mrs. Anderson sang one or two of Abt's songs which my dear Gertrude used to sing.

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