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31 Thursday – Josephine C. Wheeler (Mrs. Henry M. Wheeler) wrote to Sam, wishing his family
a happy New Year, and asking if she might call. She wrote that she knew Mrs.
Moffett and Mrs Webster (his sister and niece) of Fredonia, NY [MTP]. Note: Sam instructed on the env. “Please say our
day is Thursday.”
C.H. Curtiss & Co., Hardware, Plumbing & Tinning
billed Clemens $73.52; paid on Jan. 15, 1904 [1903
Financials file MTP].
mourning border for most letters from Susy’s death on, then from Livy’s death