Great Aunt Nancy Grammer

Nancy's first homes

Baby's first home after leaving hospital was in Mrs. Hogan's boarding house, 1520 Assembly St, Columbia SC. Many friends called to see her Saturday and Sunday June 22nd and 23rd.

Daddy got her first bed in the Catholic cemetery in front of the boarding house. June 22, 1918.

On Saturday July 6, 1918, baby laughed consciously when Mrs. Lula Brandon sprinkled powder on her. She was only 4 weeks old.

Nancie called on Stokes Elan Barton July 6, 1918 when she was 4 weeks old and he was 1 week.

Nancie and Mother left Coumbia S.C. for home in Fayetteville Tenn on Friday morning July 12, 1918 6:05A.M. Arrived safely home on Saturday morning at 10. Bade Daddy good bye and a lucky voyage overseas to whip the Kaiser. Baby was very good and slept most of the way home.




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