Removal of the old tin shop on Main St. - 33 Redwood City - journey to - 65 Repairing meeting house roof finished - 175. Reception - farewell - to Horace - 191. Reception to Wallace 195. Resigned - Prof. Chas. Allen from San Jose State Normal - 351 Reunion of Hammond family here - 434 Reading Room - Free - W.C.T.W. 472
Skating Rink - first - 34. Re-opened - 325. School - Georgie commenced - 73. Special Delivery of letters went into effect - 82 Susie got into the water of the slough - 111. School - Theresa commenced - 151 Surprise farewell presents to Mrs. Joan M. Bates - 160 Stanley place - Mr. Wise moving his family to it - 185. School - Calvin entered the Oakland High School - 237 Stabbing of Talbot by "big Steve". 248 Snow storm - 1 inch fell - 274 - Skating on ice - 277. Spraying the orchard for the first time - 280. Suprise birthday party to Aunt Susie - 325 Suicide of C.O. Ivory of Lodi - 360 Shooting of Ex-Judge David S. Terry at Lathrop - 362 Suicide of O.A. Ross and murder of Clara and Arthur - 374 Shot - Peter Nelson by Harry Patton - 459 Scholarship - Willard got in Institute of Technology - 468 State S.S. Missionary - W.H. Cooke appointed Asst. - 475.
Original dimensions: 21 x 34 cm.
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