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Memoranda


notes for 1906

On the envelope of the article entitled Origin & Destiny of Woman published in the “Mormon” <Aug. 29. 1857> in New York City by (President) Apostle John Taylor the Presidency of the Church of L.D.S. wrote “The Presidency do not consider this sound doctrine, nor do they think it should be read in <the> Society meetings Sep. 24. 1905 This the consensus of opinion given. {p. 181}

addresses

Farley G. Clark No. 10.

Bridge St. New York

Charles H. Clark

200 Green St.

Clare Dry Goods

Economic New York

Tarquinia L. Vass

251. Broadway St.

Indian[a]polis Indiana sent gift Holiday 1904

Hanna J. Bailey

Winthrop Centre Maine

sent gift Holiday 1904

Rachel Foster Avery

sent Holiday gift 1904

Vevay (Switzerland)

Dorothy1 Wallin married

Howard Thornton

Lives in Los Angelos [Los Angeles] Cal. {p. 182}

memoranda

Mrs. Barry N. Hillard [Verona Woods Hillard]

2710 Deane Ave.

Spokane Washington

Mrs. Harry R. Allen [Daisy Dunford Allen]

2609 Broadway Ave.

Spokane, Washington

Mrs. A. [Alfred] W. McCune [Elizabeth Claridge McCune]

P.O. Box 989 Lima

Peru South America

“Popular Manual of English Literature” by (Marede [Maude] Gillette Phillips) Harper Bro’s Pub. Franklin Square New York City N.Y.

“Little Black Quibba”

[Little Black]2 Mingo

[Little Black]3 Sambo

the first two by also the 3rd Helen Bannerman New York Frederick A. Stokes Co. Publishers New York Sep. 1903– {p. 183}

Mrs. John Gillette [Emily Sears] Roberts

6025 Monroe Ave.

Chicago Illinois

Chas. H. Clark

377 Broadway

New York

C/O Textile Manufactors Journal

or

Harold Building

Cor. 118th St. & Manhattan

Ave. N.Y.

Charlotte Perkins Gilman

179. West 76th. St.

New York City N.Y.

Mrs. Howard [A.] Thornton [Catherine Wallin Thornton]

29. Parkwood Ave

Grand Rapids Michigan {p. 184}

Relatives J. [James] H. Harris

cousin Mary <H> Stacy Hanson

Orange Mass.

cousin Julia Stacy Whippe [Whipple]

New Salem Hill Mass.

2nd cousin Julia [Hanson] Aldrich

Mary Hanson’s daughter

Orange Mass.

2nd cousin Joseph Hanson son of Mary Hanson

Boston Mass.

cousin Lusan [Luvana Stacy] Johnson New Salem Mass.

daughter of John Stacy

had care of Jim’s mother when I went to see her in 1886

cousin Lestina [Stacy] Harvey who lives in Springfield Mass is also John Stacys daughter

Mary Hanson & Julia Whipple are Wm. Stacy’s children

cousin Sarah Stacy [Warner] the daughter of Jacob Stacy not known where she lives by any of the family mentioned here– {p. 185}

Rebecca P. [Parlin] Smith Barre Mass. who wrote me was the daughter of Malinda Stacy [Melinda Stacy Parlin] her sister is Mrs. Henry [Charlancie Parlin] Maynard

George Eliot

English Men of Letters

Edited by John Morley

By Leslie Stephen

New York

The Macmillan Company 1902

Miss Priscilla Smith

Manassa Colorado

C/O John Dalton

send name to her of the woman who stopped the destruction of the Cliff Dwellers4 {p. 186}

Daniel [G.] Rand who married my father’s <half> sister (not his mother’s child but the daughter of the wife he married after my grandmother’s5 death) Harriet [Woodward Rand]6 has a son living in Oil City, Penn. a very successful and popular man. four of the Rand children live in Mass. {p. 187}

Gifts Xmas receivable & New Year’s 1905

Will & Mell new velvet bonnet green– also from Mell blue waist nun’s veiling

Daisie red silk sewing bag.

Verona blue waist

Barry handsome handkerchief

Martin blotter painted water color

Tom pen wiper made himself many other little things from the girls up there at home Louise

gave me handsome embroidered handkerchief and her mother the same for George Q. to give

she brought diary for 1906. Margaret gave me tulle for my neck, and I had cards from Sister Francis, Ellis R. Shipp, A. [Adeline] M. Earl Los Angeles <card Susa Gates> Tarquinia L. Vass Indianapolis, gloves from Emily W. Grant and glases from Ida S. Dusenberry also from Mell, cup and saucer from Hebe & wife and side combs and tuck comb from Emily S. Roberts Chicago Jos. S. Wells street car book, Lucile Wallace China Mug hand painted– {p. 188}

1905 notes and bills

date

to whom given

time

Jan. 8.

Lent Eugene [S.] Sears gave him 4. street car tickets

1.00

Lent Belle forty cents

J

Feb. 3

Gave M.– C. [Margaret Cannon]

1 50

Meat orders

"

& Mdse. [Meat orders]7

1.25

Feb. 8

Lent Annie

1.00

{p. 189}

1905 payable

no.

where payable

when due

amount

Feb. 16.

paid Annie (out of 50.00) (of Hers)

10.

00

18

[paid Annie (out of 50.00) (of Hers)]8

25.

00

{p. 190}

cash account—january

received

paid

First Week9

Salary

10

00

Tea & sugar

50

Church

7

00

Lunches

1

.75

Tithing Orders

3

00

Sundries

25

Bailey

1

50

electric light

2

.15

A. A. [Amy Adams] Thomas

1.

00

sundries

25

M. S. [Mary Stevenson] Clark

3.

00

coal Stewart

5

.00

C. M. [Christine M. Nielsen] Anderson

1.

00

lunches

45

Susan [Noble] Grant

1

.00

children

20

E. [Eliza Palmer] Frost

1.

00

Sundries

1.

15

S. Pendleton

1.

00

(20)

book Ellis

1.

50

McKean

1.

00

sundries

.

40

Acomb

1.

00

cleaning gloves

.

30

Sundries

.

25

lunch Annie <& me>

.

30

lent

2.

00

quinine (Sep)

.

25

soap10

25

24

flowers

1.

80

nails11

35

27.

Oranges

30

"

sugar

25

"

Wheatine

25

"

Sundries

50

28

children

30

13

lunch & tea

20

9

22

65

vail & tulle

60

22

5,

40

tie Sep

75

28

55

oranges

40

{p. 191}

cash account—january

received

paid

Castleton

1.

00

news wrappers

40

Hines

1.

00

stamps

35

North

1

00

magazines

65

Webb

20

paper & stamps

30

1

00

stamps

50

Orgill

1.

00

stamps

1.

00

Book (B.)

80

mailing

.

25

pens 5 stamps

.

70

mailing

.

25

mailing

.

25

stamps

.

10

mailing

.

25

magazine

.

15

[magazine]12 & stamps

.

15

magazines

50

printing

32.

00

5

35

car fare

5

___

50

59

0

{p. 192}

cash account—february

received

paid

2

Salary

10.

00

1

flowers C. C. [Cavendish Cannon]

75

1

T.

7

00

1

book Cavendish

40

"

Tithing Order

3

.00

2

Electric Light

1.

60

Thorn

1

00

1

cakes & tea

.

45

Willie Olive

1,

00

2

car fare

.

05

Durant

2.

00

2

[car]13 Em.

.

05

R.S. Paragoonah [Paragonah]

6

.00

Tea

.

10

S. L. [Selena Layton] Phillips

.

95

lunch

.

15

Mary Horne

1.

00

sandwich

.

05

Ida Haag

.

50

book (Vass)

.

40

Temple Donation

50

Fast [Donation]14

.

25

Lunch

.

15

[Lunch]15

45

carnations

75

Emme dress goods

5

00

gloves M. C.

1,

00

book E. J. S.

50

tea

10

ticket Lecture

50

lunch

10

sundries

85

[sundries]16

45

Bill Carriage

4

00

D.R.

2.

00

Gertrude

40

{p. 193}

cash account—february

received

<Paid>

paid

Louise

10.

00

2

Printers

32

.00

[Louise]17

.

10

1.

wrappers

.

10

car fare

.

10

1.

magazines

.

25

apples & nuts

.

40

stamp

10

carnations

75

magazine

20

Book Richards

1.

00

paper

25

lunch 2

.

50

10

Printers

32.

00

tulle

40

Brent

05

ribbon

50

stamps

2.

30

Sundries

60

cards

.

35

mailing

.

25

1 ct. Stamps

2.

15

postage

3

00

pen

.

05

{p. 194}

cash account—march

received

paid

Salary

10

.00

Oranges

40.

00

<.40>

Church

7

00

bannanas

.

25

Tithing Orders

3.

00

cake

.

40

H. [Hortense] M. Jones

2.

00

candy

.

50

O. [Olive Jenne] Peck

1.

50

Electric light

1.

90

carpet bill

6.

40

one yd. goods

1.

25

tea

.

20

crackers

.

30

Margaret

1.

00

car fare

.

20

[car fare]18

1

50

Chapen) L. Stone Idaho

1

00

Whitney) L. B. [Louisa Ballif] Benson Idaho

2.

00

Leigh M. Hanson Idaho

1.

00

{p. 195}

cash account—march

received

paid

Printing

32

.00

magazines

.

65

wrappers

.

10

stamps

2.

65

2 cent stamps

.

30

[2 cent stamps]19

1.

00

mailing

.

25

{p. 196}

cash account—april

2

received

paid

Salary

10

00

Church

7

00

Tithing

3

00

Sep & G. [Gertrude Sears]

1

00

6

Electric

2.

00

14

carriage

5

.00

rent house20

8

00

{p. 197}

cash account—april

received

paid

Exponent

32.

00

rent

12.

50

mailing

1

50

stamps

2.

15

paper

.

70

pencils

.

15

ink & pens

.

15

wrappers

.

25

{p. 198}

cash account—may

received

paid

3

Salary

10

00

Express

4

00

Church

7

00

Louise

1,

80

Tithing

3

00

Margaret

1.

80

mending shoes

.

50

Annie

5

00

Tithing

3,

00

nails

.

70

car fare

3.

40

to Ogden

1

50

Light

2.

00

dress making

7.

75

{p. 199}

cash account—may

received

paid

Post office

3.

00

mailing

1

25

stamps

2.

25

postals

10

wrappers

.

20

pencils

15

pens & ink

30

Electric

1

.00

{p. 200}

cash account—june

1

received

paid

1

Salary

10.

00

flowers

4.

10

1

Church

7.

00

Evans [flowers]21

1

00

1

Tithing order

3.

00

car fare

40

3

Holbrook <Idaho>

1.

00

lunches

55

3

Deoratus Mexico

1.

00

children

25

telegrams22

2

00

3

Cavendish

20

Louise

60

Margaret

60

Emmeline

25

Louise

60

Margaret

60

vails

65

chamy gloves

15

Annie

5.

00

Tithing

3.

00

mending shoes

.

75

nails

35

Light

1

.00

Temple

50

manicure

35

veil

1

50

soap

25

gloves

75

towel

25

{p. 201}

cash account—june

received

paid

stamps

1

00

[stamps]23

1.

15

wrappers

.

50

[wrappers]24

.

10

postals

.

15

paper

25

tablets

15

mailing

50

magazines

60

Books

1.

50

Light

1

00

Rent

12

50

paper

32

.00

{p. 202}

cash account—july

received

paid

Salary

10.

00

Sundries

1

60

Church

7.

00

lunches

50

Tithing orders

3.

00

car fare

40

M. E. Van

5.

00

A. W. C. [Annie Wells Cannon]

7.

00

J. C. [Julia Cruse] Howe

1.

00

M. T. [Martha Telle] Cannon

1.

00

oil etc

1.

15

Bonnet

4.

00

veil & Tulle

75

{p. 203}

cash account—july

received

paid

magazines

.

85

pencil & pens

25

wrappers

35

one cent stamps

2,

35

paid mailing

1.

25

car fare girls

.80

work in office

Margaret

1.

50

Louise

2.

00

{p. 204}

cash account—august

received

paid

Salary

10

00

Louise

3,

60

Church

7

00

Annie

2

.00

Tithing

3

00

Louise

1.

00

Dalley

3

00

Annie

30.

00

Bailey

2

.00

paid trunk

1

.00

telegram

1.

00

car fare (Annie)

.

25

car fare

1.

60

book, Ida)

1.

00

lunches

3

.70

cakes etc

2

.80

candy

30

tablets

10

camphor

25

soap

10

sundries

85

on telephone

’10

22

sundries

90

cake & candy

80

key to Theology

20

{p. 205}

cash account—august

received

paid

magazines

.

50

[magazines]25

.

25

penholder

.

05

wrappers

.

10

magazine

.

35

wrappers

.

10

pencil & pens

10

magazines

25

{p. 206}

cash account—october

received

paid

Salary

10.

00

Church

7

00

Church T Orders

3

00

washing

1.

25

Annie

5

.00

[Annie]26

1

.00

[Annie]

1.

25

20

John Q. Jr.

1.

20

[John Q. Jr.]27 Book

.

10

carriage

4

00

telephone

Electric light

3

.50

21. <5>

Kelsey

5

.00

21

Allred

1.

00

21

Broadbent

5.

00

{p. 209}

cash account—october

received

paid

magazines

Harpers

35

Century

35

Munsey

10

Home Journal

15

Bazaar

15

19

Book Dot

1

9<2>0

Louise

90

Printers

32.

00

[Printers]28

32.

00

advertising

.

40

Book Store

.75

tablets

.

20

paper etc

35

Anislie’s

10

rent

12.

50

ink & pens

15

pencils

15

stamps 1 ct.

2

20

wrappers

80

{p. 210}

cash account—november

received

paid

Salary

10

00

Church

7

00

T. Orders

3

00

{p. 211}

cash account—december

received

paid

Salary

10.

00

9

porter

.

25

Church

7.

00

waiter

.

10

T. Orders

3.

00

breakfast

.

50

newspaper

.

10

porter

25

supper

60

porter

10

porter

25

Eye Glasses

1

.50

Golden Rule Hotel

Pendeton [Pendleton]

1

.00

newspaper

05

dinner

Starbuck

50

Hotel Tekoa

1

.50

colored boy29

.10

Telegram

.

25

newspar

05

Pullman

7

.10

seat to Tekoa

1

.00

8

.10

40

25

newspaper30

5

48

35

porter

10

breakfast

55

lunch

50

mailer

10

waiter

10

telegram

35

{p. 213}

cash account—december

received

paid

suit

25

00

Trunk from home

linen etc

4.

10

to Office

1.

00

veil

1.

10

to Depot

.

50

tulle

50

Ticket

13.

25

lunch

25

Berth

5.

00

lunch

30

car fare

.

05

paid Printers

32.

00

19.

80

7

10

rent

12.

50

$26.

90

1

00

27.

90

Expense to

coming to

2.

70

Wallace &

Spokane

9

65

Spokane &

ticket to

40.

25

Return

Tekoa

70

48.

35

from Spokane

1.

35

Berth home

5.

50

1

75

papers &

51.

45

magazine

25

dinner

Starbuck

50

9

65

porter

25

paper

10

supper

65

waiter

10

porter

25

{p. 214}

31addresses

Bonnet July 29.

4.00

vail

’25

tulle

53

carnations

1.20

Book for Margaret

.40

{p. 55}

Memoranda

1 Hayes

2 Garfield

Wil

3 Arthur

4 Harrison

5 Cleveland

6 McKinley

7 Roosevelt {p. 57}

Aug. 1. Oil

’50

canker medicine

50

Alcohol

35

Syrup of rhubarb

15

Handkercief

25

Lunch

30

supper

25

pencil

05

stamps

12

car fare

10

{p. 59}

32International News Company

83 & 85 Duane St.

New York City {p. 60}

Adolescence {p. 61}

Dr. Geo. H. Brimhall

Let nothing unholy ever enter here C. [Karl] G. Maeser written on a blackboard33 {p. 62}