The Jervis McEntee Diaries - July 5, 1885

Diary Entry:

Sunday, July 5, 1885 Bowyer and Monroe came down from the canoe camp at Coddingtons dock about noon and were here at dinner. Later Downing who remained there over night came. We had a slight rain at tea time when they three went away by the West Shore road. Calvert is in some sort of a brain[?] study about something and about as difficult to manage as a lunatic.

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