Jervis McEntee Diaries: July 22, 1884

Tuesday, July 22, 1884 Sara and Mary went to N. Y. by the Powell this morning leaving Marion, my father and me. It has seemed pretty lonely and I have been somewhat depressed. It was cool this morning, then very hot about noon and cooler towards evening with a thick, smoky atmosphere. I wrote to Eastman and sent a note of inquiry to the Fourth Auditors office respecting Maurices claim to the Farragut Prize found.

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