Young American Woman

Young American Woman

The author is unknown, except for some details: she was a niece of Henry Clay Ide, and stayed with her cousins Annie and Marjorie Ide in Manila. At the time the diary was written, Henry Ide was Vice Governor-General of the Philippines.

Friday, March 31, 1905

Went to the [[Luneta]] at five with [[Marjorie]]. [[Capt. [Captain] Wolfer?]], [[Capt [Captain] Anderson]] & [[Lt. [Lieutenant] Greene]] talked with us. Wrote letters in the

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Sunday, April 2, 1905

[[Uncle Henry]] left today for [[Benguet]]. It is [[Mr. Cootes]] birthday and we celebrated by a beach party. [[Annie]] went with [[Mr. Forbes]] and I

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Monday, April 3, 1905

It is getting very warm. Everything is very quiet. Went to the [[Escolta]] at 5 with [[Annie]] & [[Marjorie]]. Then to the [[Strong]]’s where wehad

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Tuesday, April 4, 1905

[[Annie]], [[Marjorie]] and I went to the [[Escolta]] at five. Bought hats for [[Benguet]]. Called on [[Corbins]], [Duncans]] and [[Smiths]].

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Wednesday, April 5, 1905

Went to the Sports on [[Wallace Field]] with [[Marjorie]]. [[Cootes]] drove to the [[Luneta]] with us. Met Capt. [Captain] Smith who invited us to dinner

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