Nancy’s handwriting is extremely hard to read, especially names.
Mar 1 – 7 of the victims buried to day, 4 from St. Augustines. Lou had hard spell. Dr here. Lou worse this eve. Dr came again. Florence Turney married.
Mar 2 – Lou better. Victor Vocelle one of the injured came home to day. Memorial services at Cong. Church at 4-30.
Mar 3 – Hank toned over 1800 pictures. Took 75 negatives to day. Mr Ford called this evening. Bessie began working for her Pa at penny pictures.
Mar 4 – Very plesant. Claude & Edith N went up to Pas this p.m.
Mar 5 – H.A., Lela & I went to “surprise” on Mr & Mrs Denynes. H. got a cup & saucer, Lela mustard dish, head prises.
Mar 6 – Hannah came here on 10 a.m. train went home 6-40 p.m. Claude went back to Chicago this p.m.
Mar 7 – I went down town got 3 dishes for Hannah for Blanch, Florence and Ettie. Lela home all day with sick headache. I got shirt waist paid .88.
Mar 8 – Very plesant. I sewed on Bessies blue bunting dress. We fixed Mildreds hood put fur around.
Mar 9 – Doors opened so warm. We went downtown had Lous & Mildreds pictures taken. Blanche Blake & Ned Stevenson married.
Mar 10 – Lou sick in bed all day did not sleep any last night.
Mar 11 – Rainy. Lou & children went to Pas on noon train.
Mar 12 – Zella & children went to Chicago this p.m. I went to the Burg on 6.55 train. Rained hard. Found Lou worse.
Mar 13 – At Pas. Dr McBett came to see Lou.
Mar 14 – I came home to day, brought Leone. Saw Mrs McKee for Lou. Lela & Bessie got cloth for shirt waists. D. Here this p.m.
Mar 15 – Lou & Mildred did not come. Lou is not so well. D. gone to Pas to night. I fixed Leones big doll.
Mar 16 – Very warm & plesant. Began Lelas dress skirt to day. D. gone home. Lou no better. Mildred 3 years old to day.
Mar 17 – Plesant. Dr Westbrook began work on my teeth. Dr McK– went to Burg to see Lou. Laverne went to the Burg this noon.
Mar 18 – Will Brown is 38 to day.
Mar 19 – Mother Brown is 79 to day.
Mar 20 – Lela & I helped at gallery.
Mar 21 – Lou no better. I went to the Burg 6.40 train rode over home with Mr Schram.
Mar 22 – Lou a little better. I changed her bed. Came home on 10-47 a.m. train. “Sid” Hayes buried.
Mar 23 – Bessie has a candy pull to night. Mrs McKee went to the Burg to see Lou on 6.55 train.
Mar 24 – Bessie not well. I went to gallery in her place.
Mar 25 – I went to gallery again to day.
Mar 26 – I went to gallery to day. Hannah came on 1 p.m. train. She & Mrs McKee went back on 6.55. Claude sent the girls belts.
Mar 27 – Lela helping at gallery.
Mar 28 – Bessie went to the gallery. Cloudy & some rain. Mr Hassic[?] learning picture business. Penny business dropping off.
Mar 29 – Plesant. We got a letter from Claude. Bess one from Edna Clark.
Mar 30 – John & Mattie Hewitt to supper & spend the eve. It is their 12th wedding anniversary.
Mar 31 – Bessie went to drawing class.
 Her sister and nieces, Louese, Leone & Mildred Harris
 Florence was the daughter of Emma (Ford) Turney (see footnote to February 12th entry). Marriage records show that she married George Franklin Bauch in Lucas, Ohio on March 1, 1898
 It was noted in the newspaper article that he had a “gash in head; will survive”
 Claude’s future wife, Edith “Eda” Neumaier
 Her father, Charles Luke Keith Jr.
 Michigan marriage records show that Blanche Blake and Edward Stephenson were married in Galesburg, Michigan on March 9, 1898
 D. (or D.D.) was the nickname for her brother-in-law, Daniel D. Harris, Jr.
 Her brother-in-law, Willis Brown
 Her mother-in-law, Matilda (Allen) Brown
 Her niece, the daughter of her half-sister, Lois (Keith) Clark Skinner