The Jervis McEntee Diaries - June 21, 1885

Diary Entry:

Sunday, June 21, 1885 A hot wind has blown a gale all day from the South making a kind of day I do not enjoy. I picked the strawberries and peas before breakfast and kept pretty quiet the rest of the day, writing to Booth. Calvert and I walked down to Mr. Terrys house in the afternoon and after tea I drove him down to Steep Rocks to see him. Nannie, Ettie and Agnes Dibbler called in the evening. I wrote to Fuller that I would send him the four sketches I have made of the Paestum for him to choose which one he will have the picture like. I also wrote to Mrs. Warren.

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