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Mild and cloudy - turned out fair. Wrote Izie early and took train for Pontarlier. Called on Mme Parrod and some others. Had dinner at La-Gare with Capt. Bourassa & some French officers. Invited to afternoon tea at Mme Thomas! The girls were very pleasant - sang "a Dream of May." Paid postage on Izie's dress. Rec'd letters from Mme Johnson and Hattie Borden.
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 Library and Archives Canada, William Andrew White fonds, R15535-0-8-E, "Diary 1917" page 1917-11-24.
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