It has been such a nice Easter -- such a beautiful, fresh, clear day. [There’s] [lovely] music tonight. This morning I went to Church and the music was very good. [Val] took [Livias] [over] to the Inn for dinner, so I feel quite festive. This afternoon Margaret Brady and I had a nice walk that freshened up our [unreadable].
The Easter music tonight was particularly nice as it wasn’t as [pretentious] as [some] we have had, but was thoroughly sweet.
The [green] dress made J’s debut tonight, and is much admired - everybody put on their most [scrumptious] frocks - for no reason in particular.
My brain seems singularly stupid and I [don’t] [think] of anything interesting that has happened. Hope you are all [well] and flourishing.
April 11, 1909
Dr. Alexander MacCoy
Mrs. William P. Logan
Overbrook Ave. and 58th St.