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Fitt, Harriet (Bradley) — to mother, April 6, 1910

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06 Apr 1910

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April 6 - 1910

Dearest of Mothers -

They did not deliver my trunk until this morning, but I have two hours before my first class, and everything is all unpacked. I took care of the furs yesterday. You must have forgotten the moth-balls when you packed the trunk. Also I wrote all my letters, and hung the curtains and


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Judge’s last letter relieves my fears about formation, but I do not see how he did it. He is perfectly fine, Mother, and I am very glad to know him. I like Kent better every time I see him. Is it not peculiar that I disliked him so enormously at the first? And Pug, too, is becoming quite acceptable. Perhaps that is due to the


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training Judge has given him this year (?) Follett is really a son to be proud of. He was very lovely to Doss, and of course, to me, and made an impression.

I was very, very blue Monday when I wrote, and I do not remember whether it showed through or not. The only reason is that I was tired and things are all right now -- and I am glad to be back -