April 6, 1927: “Alabastine for the bedroom walls”

Wednesday the sixth
A pleasant day. I washed some. feel better than for a long time. Clarence papered the dining room above the plate rail. ordered Alabastine for the bedroom walls, but I would be willing to warrant he dont get it. Mr Baldwin came in while were eating dinner to bring C—e some insurance papers. Could not stay was going to a show. Read aloud + went to bed dead tired.


coming soon…

On this day in history: April 6, 1927 (Wednesday)

On the tenth anniversary of America’s entry into World War I, a proposal for an international treaty “to outlaw war” was made by Aristide Briand, the Foreign Minister of France. The Kellogg–Briand Pact would be signed on August 27, 1928 by Briand and U.S. Secretary of State Frank B. Kellogg.

U.S. President Calvin Coolidge vetoed a resolution, passed by the Philippine territorial legislature, calling for a plebiscite on whether the Philippines should become independent of the United States.

An explosion at the refinery of Producers & Refiners Oil Company killed 13 employees and broke almost all of the windows in the company town of Parco, Wyoming.

(source: Wiki)


1927.04.05-07 - Annie F Morris diary

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