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Tappan, Eva March. Letters, 1874

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Abstract
7 letters from Tappan to her mother about her semester at Vassar in the spring of 1874. Tappan discusses visiting arrangements for vacations, fashion trends, and the partiality that Poughkeepsie shopkeepers showed to Vassar customers. She evaluates various preachers and describes several faculty members. Tappan also describes a walk to Cedar Ridge, the kindness of her classmates in reading her lessons aloud to her while she was suffering a temporary eye ailment, the mailbox system, her work for the Vassar Miscellany, and her senior room.,VC 1875
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Finding aid: http://specialcollections.vassar.edu/collections/archives/findingaids/miscellaneous/vc_student_materials.html
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English