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Robinson, Mary B. | to Pres John H. Raymond, Sep. 25, 1872:

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September 25, 1872
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Four full studies in advance are not allowed. With your private review of Rhetoric, you will have enough to do.
J. H. R.

Pres. Raymond,—
A word, please, about my studies.

I am Freshman in Algebra, French, and Latin, but am wanting in Rhetoric and Physical Geography. In the former preparatory study, I hope, if allowable, to pass shortly a private examination. In Physical Geography. would you be kind enough


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to assign me to a class ? My recitation periods already given, are the second, fourth, and fifth.---

Mary B. Robinson, ['76]
Vassar College, Sept. 25th, [1872]


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Miss Robinson


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Letter of Mary Robinson, '76, written when a freshman, to President Raymond.