Alice Wright, Ada Thomson & myself. We went to Alice Wright’s and stayed until Flora Cruthers came. We had music etc. Started for Hudson at 6:30 enjoyed the ride very much. Something about the sleigh gave out when we got to Stow Corners and we had to get another sleigh. We went into the hotel and stayed while matters were arranged. We got to Hudson at 8:30. Charlie Foot, Willie Stevens, Isaac Taylor & Arthur T (students) were there. We had a splendid time. We did not have refreshments until one o’clock. Started for home at half past two, a pleasant ride home, we went into a paper mill on our way home to get warm. I got home at 5:15.
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Julia Treat was born November 8, 1862 to Orange Sackett Treat and Sarah M. (Lyman) Treat. In these pages of her diary, Julia describes the Hudson sleigh ride she and her friends enjoyed. Julia married Carlton Skinner in 1886 but died in 1889, apparently in childbirth. She is buried in the Tallmadge cemetery.
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