Pleasant and successful memorial meeting for Margaret Fuller Ossoli, 100th birthday.
It was held in the house of my birth, the parlors crowded.
Perhaps it was my last public meeting.
To Concord, Mass., to funeral of Judge Keyes [a classmate]. This excursion to Concord was violently opposed by his family, for he was obliged to go alone, his natural guardian being absent; but he was inexorable; delighted to escape from feminine control; and came back triumphant.
At the notice of an hour or so prepared a talk on Theo. Parker for F. R.A.
To Boston for lunch of Free Religious Association at which I spoke for the last time.
Afterwards at Mrs. Howe's birthday reception.
[Decoration Day.] To exercises in morning, marched with G. A.R. to chapel.
June 10, 1910.
Closing the care and labor of nearly two years [Genealogy]—my last literary work properly so called.
I am now the sixth on the list of Harvard graduates.