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Gallup, Lillie | to parents, Jun. 1867:

VC Spec 1865-1867
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June 09, 1867
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Vassar College.
June 9. '67.

My dear Father-

Having just written to mother I find that my stock of information is nearly exhausted. I believe I transacted all the business in Annie's letter yesterday in which I enclosed my bill and briefly stated that it would not hurt my feelings in the least if you


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should send some "filthy lucre" extra as my supply is nearly run out- I earnestly request that as soon as possible you will let me know who is coming after me and when they are coming. I shall send an invitation to you and Anna but if you cant come, and send John he must take your invitation as we are not allowed to invite but two and


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you are obliged to show your invitation at the entrance or else you can not come in - I guess that I have stated the above explicitly enough. I have engaged my room for next year so if I should return. I have been thinking very strongly lately of coming back for two years to graduate what think you? but I guess I won't trouble myself about that


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at present: Annie wrote me that you were down to N.Y. last week I would have been very happy to have seen you up here but I suppose you did not like to leave Laurence, alias the baby, so long. As I am rather sleepy I think I had better close- Please write soon to


[Lillie (Taylor) Gallup, spec.'65-67]