April 10 Thursday, 1943


ToDay is the Birthday of

Fair and cold wind N.

Thel took me over to the Post Office and I met Bill Whiting there, in a little while Charlie Sherman and his sister came along and they packed us up.

And we all went to Boston to the Hotel Vendome [?] to the meeting of the Mass. Arch Society. We met all of the gang and had a fine time.

There was some good papers and pictures in the afternoon and a chicken supper at 6.30. After supper we had a moving picture lecture on a dig in Venezuela So. America and it was good. Some of the mountain scenery was very wonderful.

Harry Hornblower was up from Washington.

Charlie drove us home arrived 11-10.

Bill Pierce went with us.

“Good cheer is no hindrance to a good life.” Aristippus

2 Replies to “April 10 Thursday, 1943”

  1. Hotel Vendome was the site of a major fire in 1972. The fire took the lives of 9 Boston firefighters. The luxury hotel was approximately 90 years old at the time of the fire.

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