Did you write the much admired prayer in the Bulletin? Comparing various notes seems to point that way.
This has been such a good week. I have enjoyed the work the way I used to, and it makes such a big difference - more than I realized.
Had rather a blue letter from Follett, but I do not believe he will do any “school stunts,” as he says. It lets off a great deal of steam to make plans for them, and tell me about the plans. [Charlotte?] has written me, at last, too, and a lovely, cordial letter; also Clark Addington. His half year at Cornell is improving him wonderfully, I imagine.
Professor Tonks of somewhere lectured on Leonardo da Vinci, and Andrea del Sarto last night, with slides. He has a bad delivery, but the lecture was good in itself. Doss
I have found a senior - Alice Farmer - who knows Da[n?], and a lot of other middies. She met them at New London. What do we know about Clarence Bronson?
I have not heard from Miss Roget about the room I wrote for. [Charlotte?] is asking me to stay a week with her, and wants to be with me all the time we are in [Crabtown?]. I am really very fond of her, and would hate to make any part of a break.
Doss and I are going to town this afternoon. I have most of my work for Monday done, and we are going to finish tonight.
If I could only be home again before the things are all packed! When are you having to begin? Will the other major, or rather the major, come soon, and will you have to take care of him?