Monthly Archives: August 2014

September 14th, 1883

September 14th, Cont…. (New York-Brooklyn Suspension Bridge) This is a fearful large structure and of course we had to walk over it. By this time it was quite dark, but we did not mind it because the bridge is magnificently … Continue reading

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Janet

Forgive the delay in my posts. A very dear friend of mine passed away a week ago and I was asked to lead her funeral. Needless to say, I’m a bit exhaused both mentally and physically. But I miss posting … Continue reading

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September 14th, 1883

“September 14th, Cont…. After leaving the station at West Brighton, we saw before us first a large iron structure, three hundred feet high, which Else, Willie and I mounted by means of an elevator. It was very nice being so … Continue reading

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