February, 1926, Sunday 7

Finish my exercises early, and hurry down to Stockleys’. ((William P. Stockley (1859-1943), professor of English at University College Cork from 1905-1931. He was born in Dublin, studied at Trinity College with Douglas Hyde, taught at the universities of Ottawa and New Brunswick before returning…

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May, 1926, Sunday 2

11th Sunday of Holy Communion. Poor Pappie was worse again to-day. He could not go to 10 o’clock Mass, and took a taxi to 12. I had to go with him. He had terrible pain. I was in a muddle to-day, because Stockleys had invited…

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August, 1926, Sunday 29

Worked well at everything, especially at Harmony. Wrote a letter to Auntie Rosie, telling her how disappointed I was we didn’t go to Dublin. She wrote saying that she had everything ready for us, and was really disappointed we didn’t come. Miss O’Brien and Nannie…

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