March 23, 1927: “lots of news”

Wednesday the twenty third
A beautiful day. Fred came to lunch. He + Edith had stayed the night in Wollaston at the Marchauts. Edith stayed in town while Fred came out here. Had a pleasant time he had lots of news. Edith + Clarence drove him to West Medford in the car. Amozelle came in the a.m. before I was up, so did not see her. too bad. Said she was coming in today but so far has not got here. Finished book I was reading “Just George” Very good.


NOTES + EXPLANATIONS

coming soon…


On this day in history: March 23, 1927 (Wednesday)

Nanjing Incident: After the troops supporting Shanghai‘s warlords retreated to Nanking, Nationalist troops pursued, and attacks on foreigners began. Six foreign residents, including Professor John E. Williams of Nanjing University, were killed.

(source: Wiki)


ORIGINAL DIARY PAGES:

1927.03.23-25 - Annie F Morris diary


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