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Brown, Francis Elizabeth | to Caroline and Abigail Slade, Sep. 1866:

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September 20, 1866
VC Spec 1866-1867

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: VCLLettersBrownFrancisElizabeth18661867001001
Sept. 20, 1866.

Dear Girls—
We are in prison again, and wish very much to know if you desire to fulfill that promise made concerning the correspondence. - If so, won't you please write very soon to
Your distressed roommate-
Fannie E. B.

Neta and I are in "91 c." Eliza Talcott and sister in "d." Everybody sends love* and wants you back Come to Vassar Just now. "(Any other?!)".

My days are gliding.

[Frances Elisabeth Brown, spec. Jan. '66-67,
To Abigail L. and Caroline E. Slade, both spec. <65-66* at Fall River, Mass.]