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MacCoy, Marjorie Newell | to Family, 1 November 1908

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VC 1911
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vassar:56245,Box 41; VCL_Letters_MacCoy-Marjorie-Newell_1908-10_1908-12_041_002
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1908-11-01T00:00:01Z-1908-11-01T23:59:59Z
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in fact Miss Wilkins never thinks of letting an opportunity slip. Tell Jean she’d better come on. 
    Your letters are nice. I’m glad you’re gay. Tell [Logan] not [to] wear his dress-suit [out] - it’ll have to do for Founders in May.  
            Lots of love
                From
                Marjorie

 


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Poughkeepsie
Noc 11 AM
1908
NY

United States Postage
Washington
Two Cents

Dr. Alexander W. MacCoy
Overbrook Ave and 58th Street
Philadelphia