Friday, April 3, 1896
Cool breezy slightly cloudy, ground getting dry. Vines require budding they now make quite a show of color.
X Wrote to Senator Perkins calling attention to appropriation for the forestry commission.
X To Mr Johnson
X " " [To Mr] Mc Allister requesting him to call meeting of the S [Sierra] Club.
X & to Miss Norton sending receipt for 10 ds [dollars] loaned her for school expense
Cloudy threatening rain.
X Wrote to Mr Lukens arranging to meet him & his wife next Wednesday Saturday.
Rain has commenced at dark.
Rained a good deal during the night & is still raining gently. Fine grass weather every bud & leaf happy.
Has rained all day gently & now 9 PM it is still raining
Monday, April 6, 1896
Cloudy & sloppy
Original journal dimensions: 18 x 21 cm.
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