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Adams, Ruth | to family, Jan. 1900:

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vassar:8665,Box 1,VCL_Letters_Adams_Ruth_1904_044
January 1900
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Dear People:-

Here are the letters. I thought you might like to know that I am feeling much better quite getting over the grippe. But I never had so much to do in my life. I haven't done a but of reviewing in anything and don't see when I can. I expect to flunk Latin. Am not particularly afraid of anything else. You aren't in a hurry for the samples are you?


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I haven't time to decide on any now.
I could meet you in New York couldn't I? That would be "perfectly" lovely. Do you think it would be worth the money though. If I don't come home could you send me my algebra book?
Our petition about commencement essays was not granted. Perhaps if you had expressed your opinion on the subject it might have been. Oh I hate studying. I think my eyes are giving out. And I can't do German in the evening and as its


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the only thing I can go where I am sleepy my evens are practically wasted. Ruth


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Mrs. George B Adams
57 Edgehill Road
New Haven