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Adams, Ruth | to family, Feb. 1901:

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February 1901

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Dear People:-
Well I found no notes when I arrived but I have since heard that Miss Dutton's flunks are not out yet. Cheerful isn't it? Cora didn't get any. Isn't that fine? I haven't had time to see about the change, but Miss Hastings doesn't seem to think it would work. And Hilda seemed to think it would be awfully hard to take both Sophomore french and German at the same time.


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Well I got down to the station in fine shake Hilda and Cora and their brother were on the car going down chapel. So I got my suit case tended to for the rest of the way. Our train was late in at New York and we were rather afraid of missing the other but didn't. They put us in a pullman car because the others were so crowded. When we got out here we lurmted all around and were very much excited at not finding any notes. We hunted under the beds and in


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the drawers and all around bu didn't come on any so we ran up to Miss Hastings and made eugurice. She said that she had heard my papers were very good. Edith flunked Math and so did Lucy. Mary Showkson flunked Math & Latin and French prose. We are so pleased she got through the rest. It was really better than we hoped. Elisabeth Ladd flunked English. Wasn't that foolish? It is simply because she has been


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careless and forgotten to put essays in where she ought and so on. Lucile and Florence are all right. Have had my first Algebra lesson. Miss Wilkinson is certainly not Richardson class! Well you will hear soon of my success in the change. They had great doings Saturday night.


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Prof. George B Adams
57 Edgehill Road
New Haven


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