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July. 1915
Sun. 25
Went to League meeting.
Olander spoke on "Eastland"
disaster. Editha came home to
supper in my room & we
did French verbs after

Mon. 26
Got down at 10. Didn't
do much except read &
write a few letters. Lunch with
Miss Galvin at Hearth. Dinner
there alone & walked home
& did a little on "Dearborn
St". Still a cool day.

Tues. 27
Pottered in office. Met
Ethel for lunch at Hearth.
Dinner with Miss Galvin
at Harmony Cafeteria on
Washington & walked home
so exhausted.

Wed 28
Pottered in office. Miss G
& I had lunch at Hearth.
Decided to make Mrs Robins
consult about winding up
"Life & Labor". Wet coolish
day. Dinner at Hearth [continued on next page]

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S.S. Eastland - a touring passenger ship. On 24th July 1915 while docked at on the south bank of the Chicago River (between Clark & La Salle Sts), it rolled on its side, killing 844 passengers & crew. The Eastland, which was one of five Great Lakes steamers, all having been chartered to take employees of the Western Electric Company and their families, on a picnic to Michigan City.