Tuesday the twenty second
A beautiful day but a high wind. Audrea’s club was to meet here this afternoon, but one of the girls was sick so it was postponed. Audrea went to school this p.m. tho I tho’t it would have been better to have stayed at home on account of the wind. She seems to feel quite well tho’ her head is full Had a note from Fred. He is coming to lunch tomorrow noon, same olf programme read + went to bed.
NOTES + EXPLANATIONS
On this day in history: March 22, 1927 (Tuesday)
At a meeting at the Biltmore Hotel in New York, Zionist leader Chaim Weizmann and a supporter from the Jewish community, attorney Louis Marshall, reached an agreement to fund a survey of Palestine and the “Holy Land“. A commission headed by Lee Frankel delivered its report later in the year.
Forty-three Russian peasants, on their way to church in Orenburg, drowned when their ferry boat sank.
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