The Jervis McEntee Diaries - February 17, 1888

Diary Entry:

Friday, Feb 17, 1888 Somewhat milder this morning. I painted on a little Autumn picture yesterday and have made a pleasant little picture of it. A letter from Auburn wanting me to send something there for exhibition. Eastman called to see me and I showed him all my pictures. He said they were even more interesting than he thought they would be and predicted I would get a good deal of money for them. Attended an illustrated lecture of Muybridge at the Academy on animal locomotion. It was most interesting. Afterwards Calvert and I went to the club where I wrote to Daly to ask when I could have five front center seats in the balcony, after Mar 9th to see the Midsummer Nights dream. Wood and I went around to the Salmagundi Club just before dinner.

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