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Wyman, Anne (Southworth). Letters, 1882

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VC 1882, 15 letters to Wyman (VC 1882) from her mother Mary C. Southworth, written while Wyman was attending Vassar College. In several letters, Mary C. Southworth describes buying dress materials and making mittens for Wyman. She also discusses Wyman's travel arrangements for visiting extended family over vacation. Southworth also reports social and family news, local bankruptcies affecting the family business (Nov 25), boarding teachers overnight, and extreme weather destroying a dam (Sep 25). She encloses a hair ointment advertisement requested by Wyman's friend.
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