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Worthing, Margaret (Fletcher) | to family, May 5, 1907:

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5 May 1907

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Tues. P.M.
May 5-


Dear popie and momie; -

“I’m in Latin class now writing with one hand and keeping my eye on Miss S- with the other”!! as says Grace- It’s [crossed out: love] lovely here - so green, the ^leaves are most all out. The trees looked as bare as at home until we struck Albany -

Could not get a chain at [crossed out: Alban] Utica


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as all the Masons in the state were bound for N.Y.

G’s car was a little late; I met her at the trolley line, added that line to her letter -

I am at Cary’s, mom - I think it’s not the same Cary’s as you were for it’s not such a bad place - My trunk came this A.M. All O.K.

I begin with Swaine tomorrow A.M.

I went to see Prof. Bracq this A.M. The


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woman he recommended, cannot tell me until tonight whether she can have me or no.

Have not seen Dr. Griggs abt music.

Have seen Allene and Marion [M?].

Drawing rooms for freshmen today. We have a fine room in Main on 2nd floor, I hope.

It’s warm enough to wear no wraps -

Haven’t over succeeded in neatness in carrying out my purpose. ^of writing in Latin class. Grace is longer used to it, I haven’t learned how yet.

M’g’t’ -