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This morning my pleasant slumber was broken by Mother arousing Jim...

P.M – In studio, working on “August Twilight”...

P.M. Last day of class at Minn. point...

Monday we went to Washingtonville, where I showed him Pansy Allen’s stores (I had shown him at home the water-color made from them “Noon-day Heat”)

Very dark, low-hanging soggy sky, intermittent misty shivers. Oppressive...

A path grows more interesting in August; more worn and used-looking, and the bleached grasses fringing its borders give it an ancient look...

A feeling of loneliness and being lost in a woods. (Later we learned a wounded bear was roaming in this very ravine the same night)

We sat out and watched the sunset. Birds are beginning to assemble in flocks...

 

Last night’s meager sprinkle abated the drought none. Today the heat is intensified and the broiling of the earth is continued...

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