Jervis McEntee Diaries: January 27, 1881

Thursday, Jan 27, 1881 Very cold weather. Painted on my large picture. Dr Joslin called to see me. The pain in my lung has disappeared. Sam CoyKendall called to see me. A meeting was held in Woods room to consider the subject of a reception. A committee was appointed to get the sense of the artists to report next Tuesday. A letter from Osgood telling me Gertrudes translation of George Sands Master Mosaicists was destroyed in the fire a year ago. I called on Mrs. Gray this evening. Whittredge came in and spent the latter part of the evening with me.

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