Saturday, May 13, 1865
very busy all day Ellen was up this afternoon i did not get home this evening somthing unusol Sarah was quite sick this evening
Sunday, May 14, 1865
beutiful Day i went to church in the [...] morning in the afternoon we had a French lecture on Mr Cato comes frome in the evening i spent Pleasently at home
Monday, May 15, 1865
this is a busy day the fair comences today i have bin working hard all the afternoon at the fair in the evening
On May 15, 1865, the fair held by the Ladies’ Union Association took place after a month-long postponement. The fair lasted two weeks and proceeds went to care for sick and wounded USCT soldiers. “Notice,” The Christian Recorder, April 29, 1865.