The box and my tennis-racquet arrived safe and sound - did you send my heavy blue coat, and it is delayed by the way-side? or did you decide it needed cleaning and kept it back? At any rate, thank you so much for the box and its contents, especially the crackers and sofa-pillows. I am completely settled now, even my curtains are up. I bought fourteen yards of tan
I’ve had a stream of
Oh, before I forget it I must tell you - I found my long-lost white [rub] that I thought I had either left at Chatham or in the Springfield hotel, in the pocket of my suit-case! I must have done very thorough unpacking - don’t you think so?
My dishes from A. and S. seem not to have put in any appearance at all - would
I am racking my brain for ideas for an original and entertaining stunt -party to be given for the Freshman some -
It seems very queer to have all of ‘14 over here together. I can’t get used to it at all. Last night a Sophomore came up to me and asked me if I would take a message to a girl in Josselyn for her. “Why, of course I’ll tell her if I see her”, I said. She looked at me as much as to say Well-of-course-if-you’re-that unobliging, and asked “Don’t you live on the same corridor”
I could ramble on for a week, but I’ll save some for next time. I want to come down the latter part of October and bring Gretchen Thayer for a week-end. That will be
Must G.B. speedily - classes begin in the morning.
Love to all -
Mrs. B.O. Tilden
291 Westminster Road