History of Folly Quarter Camp, August 2nd 1895 - PAGES 1-25

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History of days ends our state _ water famine averted, G.B. to his reserve. B.S. turned a back somersault halfjinny it was fine to beheld. When the bell rings, a general rush for the dining room, but no dinner is found ready. Gingham waist has a mashed {?} at dinner. Miss Tibbi came near having her hands burned at dinner. the water carrier was boxed. Bonds have gone down ten percent : since last votes taken (from gingham waist stock reporter). Foxy says it is her aim to hav a gingham waist in white and yellow.

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The history for yesterday was well written as the historian was well assisted by a hammock &c. Departed this life at 8:10 P.M. Foxy &c. May they rest in peace and quiet unmolested by the search lights of the evil spirits. E. G. Got a rain spout and takes the water melon juice off my chin. Dear Foxy: - Sorry you could not come down to see me off. was so gratified to see your handkerchief waved from the window, that I returned to write this note to assure you that the gingham waist is not "in it". Yours truly Bobby.

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Aug 5th 1895 At 5:45 A.M. of Aug 5th, (which is Monday by the way.) eight love lorn men turned on the cannon tin pan, bells and everything else available to try to find some lost girls who were supposed to have gone to Balto. as escort to our departed guest - a nickel a dozen is offered if all remain unemcumbered, but some think that it is too low a valuation and no nickel has been discovered the writer supposes there have been some incumberancis unknown to her. there seems to be little objection to chumming in hammocks, the chumming in the parlor has proved more disastrously to outward appearances, at any

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rate. We have not heard this sanctioned by the chaperons. By George ! If Anna doesn't need to learn to spell as well as Emilie before she again attempts slurs at me on the slate. Go bang, whist : reading, sleeping & horseback riding long drawn out are the order of the day. During the afternoon some of the girls went to Highland to watch their fellow Follyites play base-ball and it is said that Lasi hall is the best thing some of the girls have "struck" at Folly. At late dinner a bat is seen flying through thi dining room. Chaperon says " Send Lillie to the bat : she's the best batter ! "

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applause, applause. "It never rains but it pours" when a milk sop has the glass - for fear it will not be known what is meant and to avoid hurting the feelings of several who might take it to them selves, we might give Lawrence his due. though he gave John more than his due. Our "busy boy " goes for ice " armed to the teeth with a cigarette"

Picture of a boy in a doorway smoking.

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