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It is a rainy raw day, but we are all so pleased to think that J was today, and not yesterday, for yesterday evening they had the Carnival. It was so pretty, and the music was great. This is so early that maybe we can get in another one before the “season closes.”
Friday night the Kniesel quartette [quartet] came, and J was five! The celloist [cellist] had a [solo], and tho’ [though] he can’t hold a candle to [Andre] Hekking, he was pretty good. It was Vals birthday Friday, and her room
There is absolutely no [news] except “exams.” Oh yes! The Third [Hall] Play is probably to be “Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines.” Won’t it be cute? Lilias presented [me] with [my] [Yeat’s] Poems, and I
I hope everything is O.K. at home. Poor Rose [Browne] is in the Infirmary, but she’ll probably be out by tomorrow.
Bye bye now. Lots of love from
Dr. Alexander W. MacCoy
Mrs. William P. Logan
Overbrook Ave. and 58th St.