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Memoranda


Notes for 1918

There have been many deaths of people that I knew during the year and the new year already that touched me deeply. On New Years day Tom Sloan died of Pneumonia and on the 2nd Mrs Priscilla Jennings died. She was a dear friend and a member of the Relief Society Board. Her funeral was Saturday the 5th at the home. The Suffrage Ammendment passed the house Thursday the 10th I rejoice.1 {p. 347}

Memoranda

Mrs. Ida Husted Harper

171– Madison Ave.

National Suffrage Head<quarters>

Barry N Hillard, 1524

Formosa Ave Hollywood

Cal. daughter born Nov. 22d 1917. {p. 348}

340– M. St

Mrs. J. M {p. 349}

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Jan

M. A. E–

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25

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May Morell— maid

5

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Mrs. Wa S

75

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30

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Mrs [illegible]

10

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Mr. C

14

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young girl

{p. 351}

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