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then and we went all the way up to Fort George in the trolley car. Frank and Danny and Artie and I carried Jenny in my hands she was such a tiny baby. And we had to get out of the car on account of Danny because I was so ashamed. Oh there was such a lot of old things up there in the attic the book with the pictures of the animals in Central Park that Frank gave me thirty years ago and I found an old doll and it didn't have any hair. It was Jenny's doll I remembered mama gave it to her one Christmas time and I let her have a baby dress for the doll. And now there was the baby dress still on the doll only I couldn't remember which baby's dress it was. But I guess maybe it was one they all of them wore. I picked up the doll in my hands and the baby dress made me think of nursing and I held the doll for a minute in my arms against my breast and I remembered how I had been so happy when the babies were at my breast. And while I was holding it the eyes fell in. I guess the glue was all dried up or something and I sort of laughed and I thought about the eyes falling in and I thought even a doll has things happen to it. So I thought how the doll was still good and I would take it to a doll hospital to get a wig for it and get the eyes put in again and I would see what I could find in the scrap bag to make some clothes for the doll and give it to Jenny's girl for Christmas.
Then I found the little machine Frank used to make his cigarettes with and there was a broken sled and some broken chairs and all kinds of odds and ends and I got tired finding all the old things like that having each one give me a new pain so I let the cleaning go and sat down in the middle of everything and then I thought of all the things that had happened in my life and I sort of thought of all the smells of the things that happened in my life and the smells got mixed up with the colors of the things that had happened in my

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