We entered with a reverent feeling, as if in a sacred place.... The dining-room, and his seat thereat, with portraits of his parents and grandfather.
The mother was of his color, dark of eyes and hair, strong temperament, otherwise no special resemblance.
His father looked substantial but not remarkable.”
In mid-May she went to Chicago
, to take part in the World
's Congress of Representative Women, and in many of the other congresses and conferences of that notable year.
. Was appointed to preside today over a Report Convention [of the above Congress]; went to Room 6 of the Art Palace
and found no one. Mrs. Kennard
came presently, and Mrs. Clara B. Colby
, who stood by me bravely — when about a dozen had gathered I opened the meeting.
read reports for two associations, British, I think.
A German delegate had a long report written in German
, which it would have been useless for her to read.
She accordingly reported as she was able, in very funny English
, I helping her when she was at a loss for a word.
Her evident earnestness made a good impression.
I reported for A. A.W., partly in writing, partly extempore
. In the evening read my paper on the Moral Initiative
as regards Women.
The hall [of Washington
] was frightfully cold.”
. Going to the Art Palace
this afternoon I found an audience waiting in one of the small halls with no speaker.
C. had engaged to speak on ”