129 Main, Vassar -
Dear Rosemarie ---
Examinations ended yesterday and I am giving myself over to the almost unknown luxury of a perfectly free Sunday in which to write to my friends.
It’s such a relief to have exams over though I must
The cold weather this month has been a source of joy to us. Of course we’ve skated, had our Ice Carnival, and not being satisfied with one are living in hopes that it will freeze again and we can have another. It’s always a very impressive affair. Big bonfires were built around the lake and hundreds of Japanese lanterns strung up. We had a band come out
Just two weeks ago I went down to Brooklyn to visit Mabel Hertz. We went to the theatre twice and saw Wallace Eddinger and Martha Hedman in “The Boomerang” and Otis Skinner in “Cork o’ the Walk”. They are both very
Next week I am going down to the Point to a [hop?]. A number of college girls are going and are counting the days.
One of my room-mates, Dorothy Stabler - has a young sister, Marian - in the Sophomore Class. Marian has a New York
To-morrow a new semester begins. I wish I could forget
Good-night, Rosemarie. Give my love to your Mother --
As always, affectionately
January 30, 1916.