March 6, 1927: “a quiet evening”

Sunday the sixth Very dull + cloudy looks extremely like rain. The Philbrooks came to dinner, went home as soon as they had eaten, which left us a quiet evening.


NOTES + EXPLANATIONS

The Philbrooks are back! Who are they? They were last mentioned in a February 22nd visit to the house.


On this day in history:March 6, 1927 (Sunday)

At Battersea, Bertrand Russell delivered his famous address, “Why I Am Not a Christian”

San Francisco police shot and mortally wounded Celsten Eklund, a known anarchist, and wounded another man as they attempted to light the fuse to a large dynamite bomb in front of the Saint Peter and Paul Catholic Church.

(source: Wiki)


ORIGINAL DIARY PAGES:

1927.03.05-07 - Annie F Morris diary


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