Cady notes the weather, describes his daily activities including the people he saw, places he went, and what he worked on. He also writes out pieces of trivia, sayings and aphorisms, and notable events not from his life, such as people who died on that day generally at the bottom of the page, separated from his diary entries.
Harrison Cady diary, 1950. Harrison Cady papers, 1902-2002. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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