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Fitt, Harriet (Bradley) — to father, January 13, 1910

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13 Jan 1910

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V. C.
Jan 13 - 1910

Dearest Father,

Mother left last night and I know you will be glad to get her back, but it was hard to let her go. We had a nice dinner at the Inn together for the last thing.

I have never worked before as I am having to now. Mother found from Miss [McCaleb?] that so far my class work has been satisfactory, but I know


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where I am lacking, and the great deal which must be done this two weeks. Exams begin a week from Monday.

I have been tobogganing twice this week, while Mother was here. She is rather worried over the accidents which have happened. It is great fun. Tomorrow about six of us who have never skated are


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going out together and begin to learn.
The book from Colonel Murray came, and I think it is most attractive. He was a dear to think of us.

Judge writes that they have gotten [...] of the [hops?] changed so as to be in my Easter vacation, which is very lovely. [Do...s?] is going to it too.

I must go in to luncheon now so --

With love,