Saturday, July 27, 1946

208th day- 157 days follow

Fair and cooler.

Mr. H. was up on the hill this A.M.  Geo. Crowell came up.

The young hummingbirds have flown.

Ricky Greenwood was up on the hill.  He is going to put in some outside lights.

Stopped in to see Pic on my way home from work.  She had company from out west.

After supper I took the bus and went out to Dick Bent’s to the M.A. Soc. meeting.  There was about 19 members there.  We had a pretty good meeting.

Adrian Whiting gave me a ride home.

*Thank you for visiting Jesse’s journal!

I (Andi Diehn) will be visiting the Plimouth Plantation to talk about Jesse Brewer and his relationship with the Hornblower family and estate on August 4, 2022, from 12-1. The Museum Gardener, Fred Dunford, will be speaking as well. If you’re in the area, come by! I’d love to meet you!

One Reply to “Saturday, July 27, 1946”

  1. My son and I are coming to see you on August 4th . I am David Brewer’s daughter. Jesse was my uncle. I am looking forward to meeting you. I hope your mom will be there. Alice Brewer Ames


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