11 September 1918; Wednesday

Up about 8 o’clock. Breakfast before 9. Went and drew extra money and had lunch at the Army and Navy Club. Walked round Latin Quarter. Saw Nôtre Dame, the Pantechnicon1 and Church, the House of Senate at the Luxembourg, Church of St Etienne2 and many other places. Had dinner at the Army and Navy Club and went to English theatre and saw The Tyranny of Tears3. Most enjoyable day.

  1. The shorthand clearly says “Pantechnicon” – but should it be”Panthéon”? 

  2. Saint-Étienne-du-Mont is a church in Paris, located on the Montagne Sainte-Geneviève in the 5th arrondissement, near the Panthéon. 

  3. The Tyranny of Tears: A Comedy in Four Acts; 1899 play by Charles Haddon Chambers