| |

Day After Day – December 1938 

Summary: Attends a dinner in honor of Raissa Maritain and takes her to a jazz club in Harlem. Compares the Mott Street neighborhood to a village with small shops, sweet smells, generosity, troubles, pets. Asks if someone can send a hedgehog to her daughter. (The Catholic Worker, December 1938, 1, 4. DDLW #338).