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My dear Parents,
Your kind wish for us with regard to Lake Mohunk has come to pass- and we are again settled in our "Vassar Home. Last Friday at noon we all assembled In the College parlors and from there a 160 of us started in different conveyances- There were 4 or 5 large Waggons and several carriages. We were in a party of six and happened to get a very
Next morning we got up early and went to all the places around It was dreadful climbing but I enjoyed It. I climbed up the Crevice although Prof.
The other day I sent Mr. Brooks a "Miscellany" and a few days afterward a note came from Mrs B- thanking me for so kindly remembering her. A joke. Eh?
I have heard nothing from Mr. Buckman, [crossed out: and] so perhaps he did not get his. When I came home last night I found quite a large box of Whitmans, sent to me by express from Phila -
you last saw it for I have not yet had it on. I am perfectly satisfied to still wear it over my black silk and get a whole dress some other time for you know lilac Is not a very becoming color to me
satisfactorily for on Friday afternoons I have a recitation right after dinner and am always a little fidgety unless I study before it.
With love to all, I am as ever your daug[hter].
Lucy (Sellers) Barnes, '75
3300 Arch Street
West Phila, Penna