Monday, November 6, 1865.
quite Cold very buisy all Day no school we went to see mr gibbs not home we then went to bustils then to the [...] meeting we had considerable fun after wich we went to the ladies union Nell
i am sorry to say lost her fur cape sue was here this afternoon i started for meeting but Did not get there went to see mr gibbs stayed longer than i intended
we had a long talk i feel very sorry he has left us it might of bin Prevented he has bin treated rather shabily mary stoped a minute sue spent the evening
Emilie began describing activities with the Ladies’ Union Association in the spring of 1865; how long her association with the group extended before then is not clear.