Too perfect a day to stay in doors. (St. Paul, 1902)
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Oct 08
A fine morning no frost yet. Cool. 54 at 4 p.m. (North Oaks, 1919)
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Oct 07
Still raining this morning. And quite cold...Snow fell early this morning and whitened every thing again at one oclock. (St. Paul, 1902)
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Oct 13
A cold morning. Quite heavy frost last night a bright sunny day. Only 28 after nine a.m. (North Oaks, 1919)
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Oct 11
A perfect morning and so warm. (St. Paul, 1907)
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Oct 17
A glorious morning...The foliage is most brilliant. (St. Paul, 1900)
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Oct 16
A pleasant morning turns to such a windy afternoon and so hot over 80 in shade. (St. Paul, 1899)
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Oct 15
At last the Sun shines again. (St. Paul, 1903)
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Oct 09
The darkest morning yet and cold. Only wet mist. Not rain. (North Oaks, 1919)
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Oct 01
A delightful day though quite cold out of sun. (St. Paul, 1903)
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Sep 27