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Worthing, Margaret (Fletcher) | to family, May 26, 1908:

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vassar:54227,Folder 75.3; VCL_Letters_Worthing-Margaret-Fletcher_1908-05-26_075_003_019
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26 May 1908
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Cranford -
May 26th
8 Wed - A. M.

1908?

Dearest parents; -

Cousin Ed was over at Brooklyn yesterday and brot me over Mama’s letter written a week ago today. It sure was a clever one. I read it to Ella and it amused her immensely. I had written them but I guess they had not read my letter.

Yesterday Ella and

 


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I went up to a couple of the girls’ house - Thersa’s and Louise’s We played bridge to practice for the club which is to meet there this P.M. I don’t know whether we will go or not as Cousin Ed, Minnie, Ella & Jane going for a drive this A.M. at his suggestion. He is taking part of his vacation now.

Last night Helen Sharp, Frank’s former beloved, and a couple

 


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of fellows were here. Helen and her three admirers (Frank for the 3rd) almost killed the rest of us, it was so funny. Will tell ab’t it later.

I am crazy, daddy, over the idea of you and mother seeing the Pacific Coast this summer. I am so glad Mr. Kinsman inspired you to go!

[L...ia’s?] remarks were clever -

Larry, the dog, is sick. He, like most dogs, has been indulging in those things which he should not, and consequently has had to have a good no. of baths, causing his present state of illness.

Lovingly,
Margaret.