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

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26 May 1908

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Tues. P.M.
May 26, ‘08

Dear parents; -

My pen is dry, G. is using hers, I have on my good white dress, as we are going to dinner with Grace Boyce tonight so I use pencil.

My! It’s hot hot hot!

The Seniors have a boat ride tonight - G. is to play at chapel,


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I am going to hear her, as I have no lesson -

Sunday at dinner with Mabel, we met a girl, a freshman whose father is a Lutheran minister ^in Buffalo and knows Wm Hunton - thru Mr. Hunton this girl knew Rachel - I remember Rachel wrote us if we knew her last year, but she wasn’t here.


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Am in Latin class now!

M’g’t -