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MacCoy, Marjorie Newell | to Family, 10 April 1910

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April 10, 1910

Dear Family:-

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        It is the most gorgeous day you ever saw - with the [sun] grand and [warm] and bright, and the wind blowing and just a few far clouds. It has been so queer and cold all week we were most afraid Spring had decided to drop out this year. 
    You should have seen


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Dr. T this morning picking a little [tiny] bunch of violets over by the Infirmary porch - she was so proud of them as if they had been an [unreadable]. I was in that vicinity because I was “visiting” Elizabeth Worcester who sprained her ankle during a thrilling base-ball game the other day. It is getting along all right, and she hopes to get out tonight. 
    Yesterday was the [She devil’s] meeting for the


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[reduction] to two [of] officers for next year, and Julia Lovejoy and I are against each other for president. But please nice family, don’t expect me to get it. I am not going to. Julia simply has to have somebody run against her. It is a big enough [honor] to be “reduced to two!” I really mean what I say and I’m not endeavoring to appear modest!
    I am looking forward to Jean’s coming next Saturday. Mary Taylor said she wished she could believe it was so! Miss [Judson] hopes also to see her. I saw Melanie [Atherton] last night. She is here over Sunday. She’s fine and says Bill is tearing up to Newport and [etc.] “on” the [unreadable]!
    I must stop now. Goodbye nice folks.
                        Lovingly Marjorie


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[Postmark: Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 
        APR 11-12]

Dr. ALexander MacCoy
Mrs. William P Logan
Overbrook Ave and 58th St. 


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James [unreadable]