Monthly Archives: July 2014

September 14th, 1883

 “September 14th, This morning we were visited by Mr. Sturz, Fritz and Willie when we made an appointment to meet in a restaurant at 2 o’clock, close to the Gates of Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn, the largest and finest cemetery … Continue reading

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September 13th, 1883

“September 13th, After papa had gone to the office, we had first a visit from the Neapolitan woman and her husband then from Mr. Cooper, the pilot, who brought us some pictures of the Brooklyn Suspension bridge and a photograph … Continue reading

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