legacy in these schools, which he created with so much labor” ), at Faneuil Hall, a meeting about Old Home Week, at the West Newton High School, and at Providence
On the fifth day she was at the Wintergreen Club
, answering the question, “What is the greatest evil of the present day?” --“False estimates of values, vehement striving for what hinders rather than helps our spiritual development.”
After this bout she was glad to rest a day or two, but in another week was ready for the Woman Suffrage Festival
“I to open it, evening, Faneuil Hall.
A day of rushing.
and Professor Gilbert Murray
to breakfast 9 A. M., which I much enjoyed.
Then my little music man, who took three tunes; then a snatch at preparation for the evening's exercises.
and Elizabeth Chapman
in the afternoon.
At 4.45 got a little rest and sleep.
At 5.40 drove to Faneuil Hall, which I found not so full as sometimes.
Thought miserably of my speech.
Light to read it very dim.. I called to order, introduced Mr. White
and the ladies' quartette, then read my poor little scribble. ... I was thankful to get through my part, and my speech in print was n't bad at all.”
In May she preached at the Church
of the Disciples.
“A culmination of anxiety for this day, desired and yet dreaded.
My head growled a little at waking, but not badly.
My voice seemed all right, but how about the matter of my sermon?
Was it all worth while, and on Whitsunday too?
I wore my white cashmere dress.
Laura went with me to church.
C. G. A. was there.
As he led me to the pulpit, the congregation ”