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Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1914
Education meeting at 2 at 166 W.
Washing[ton] Amy W. Field home
Got down at 9.30. Agnes came over
for a talk about Mrs R's letter to board.
Miss Williams came at 12 & she Ethel.
Miss H. Editha & I had lunch at
College Club. In evening went to
Maynard's for dinner to meet Arnold.
Found him with a horrid beard. He
saw me home & stayed talking a time.

Thursday 31
Staff Meeting of "L & L" at 10. Ethel &
I had lunch at Hearth. Wrote letters
during afternoon. Dinner at Hearth
alone came home meaning to
work the old year out but my
machine broke so did other
things. Had a lovely hot bath
while the whistles were blowing
a fanfare to the New Year.
I hope I can make it a
busy & therefore a satisfactory
division of my hitherto
unsatisfactory life.

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166 West Washington Street was the address of an office often visited by Miles.
Arnold Dresden was a friend of Miles.
L&L is Life and Labor, the journal of the National Women's Trade Union League of America.