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Sunday, Dec. 4, 1892.
My dear People:
Do not expect so long a letter as the one you rec'd last week for I have not been to New York this time. However it has been quite gay here at college. I think I could do rather better work if there were not so much going on but I can't be brilliant in any case or even moderately bright so I think the best plan is to get what pleasure I can out of the life here and do the best I can in
so we came back to the college without the treat. We had an early dinner that noon and at five lunch was served In one of the recitation rooms. By served I mean that great boxes of cookies
same fix went up Into the pantry. The house keeper was perfectly astonished to think there had not been enough to go around. She said there had been, I think, eight hundred sandwiches, forty quarts of milk, a barrel of apples etc. After our lunch it was time to dress. Of course I wore my yellow dress, old slippers (cleaned) new white gloves and carried a little bunch of
Well I believe I am at the end of my resources in the way of information so will say adieu. I rec'd your note yesterday mamma but the slippers have not put in an appearance as yet. I am not suffering
Now with love to my dear ones every one, (I will see you all soon I hope) I am
P.S. Do you think I ought to come home at Christmas It is such an expensive trip? I could stand it to go to cousin R's if you think best.
(Nettie (Brand) De Witt, ex-'96,