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Marshall, Katherine (Manson) — to Emma Stewart, February 11, 1910

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11 Feb 1910

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Dear Em: How many of the buildings do you know? I think you might write me in a while. When I was home I wrote every week. Am turning into a regular grind this semester. Something awful! Manse.

[Katherine Manson Marshall, VC 1910]


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[Printed: POST CARD]

[Postmarked: POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y.
1--30 PM
FEB 11-10]

Miss Emma Stewart
Box 632
c / o M. [C?] Steward Virginia Minn.

[g. Mary Thom. Lovejoy (VC 1939)]