Diary entry for November 15, 1909

Title

Diary entry for November 15, 1909

Creator

John Sloan, American painter, etcher, and illustrator, 1871–1951

Description

Nov. 15, 1909

Worked on Miss Bugbee and think I have another good one started. Dolly did not arrive home ‘till after 9 P. M. She sent me a telegram so that I was not worried. Waited for dinner ‘till she came and then we went to Mouquins where we had a nice dinner. Then we walked to Henri’s. Glackenses and Prestons were there. Mrs. G. is for woman’s suffrage, which is growing nearer and nearer each year. I’ll just put down my belief in the woman’s vote here in black and white. I know it’s bound to be a good thing for the race and for that reason it will be in line with Socialism. Home about 1 A. M.

Source

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Date

November 15, 1909

Rights

John Sloan Manuscript Collection, Helen Farr Sloan Library and Archives, Delaware Art Museum

Citation

John Sloan, American painter, etcher, and illustrator, 1871–1951, “Diary entry for November 15, 1909,” Delaware Art Museum, Helen Farr Sloan Library & Archives Digital Exhibitions, accessed December 6, 2021, https://delartlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/331.

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