Journal: Jeanette Sperry

1896 – In the afternoon, I went up town, up to the Burton’s for my music books and over to Aunt Emma Hague’s for a lesson. I went down to Grover’s to talk to May for a few minutes and then back up to the Burton’s, Melvin came up and helped gather my belongings and then we went out home. I was very grateful for all that Burton’s had done for me, they always treated me as if I belonged to them and told me that any time I was in town I was perfectly welcome to make their home my home. Later I went up town to a dance in the Academy Hall, afterwards I went out home to sleep.

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