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Bates, Sarah | to Isabelle Treadwell, Jun. 1868:

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VC 1868
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vassar:24210,,Box 64,VCL_Letters_Bates_Sarah_1868_007
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June 04, 1868
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Vassar '68.
June 4.

Dear Belle,

Yours just received - I write in great haste, for the mail. - We do not think you had better bring Ella for two reasons — one that we want her to come Commencement, - the other that they are getting rather particular about many visitors at once. - Louise
does not go this week, but will go down Monday with you. We think the best way will be for

 


: VCLLettersBatesSarah1868007003
you to engage the hackman Saturday night to come for you for whatever train you will wish to take. There is one as early as 6. A.M., - but do not go in that unless you must. - - It makes no difference to L. —— Come, Auntie Belle, without fail,

Yours
S.