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This volume has postcards of hotels and other notes scattered throughout it. Begins on January 1, 1940 where he writes of eventually wanting to retire in Virginia. He gives detail of his cross country trip to Virginia in the summer of 1940. He mentions first blackout in Los Angeles, California on December 10, 1941, a few days after Pearl Harbor on December 7.
Rev. Sayre's Mother dies on July 29, 1948 while he is at Orkney Springs, Virginia. On this date, Rev. Sayre inserted a copy of a letter to Marjorie's parents where he talks of the funeral. In late July and August, the Sam and Marjorie Sayre travel along the west coast. Many postcards and flyers were inserted between these pages.
There is a hole (mouse nibble) between pages 109 and 195, but very little writing is affected. On December 3, 1950, there is a dedication service for the Canon Robert Renison Memorial Parish House, named in honor of Marjorie's grandfather. Marjorie's father, Rev. George E. Renison, died on January 17, 1951.