Tuesday January 28 1919 Hotel Delmar Long Beach Calif A fine morn Slept well first in a long time I did not have to get up we took breakfast at Del Cafe waffles 30c for 2 I went to market & got strawberries 17c peas 34c & raddishs 5c & mother went in Taxi out to Spend the day with Palmers & took the vegetables to Nellie I took dinner out North 20c I wrote to Fred Klockenteger & sent a card to Nora & my hand is so nervous it took me 2 hours to write I got my gray clothes from cleaners & pd 1,00 good job at 3-30 pm I took taxi & went to Palmers & visit with Nellie an hour Mother & I took supper at Delmar Cafe 30c for 2 sat on sun parlor awhile to bed 8,30
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