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Correspondence from Jeannette Marks to Mary Woolley

Correspondence from Jeannette Marks to Mary Woolley
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{Letterhead stationary: Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. Department of English Literature}

T. A.

Tuesday Eve.

Dear Muddie: I send you $5.25. Five of the {?} were sold this afternoon, 21 are still left.

I am fearfully discouraged and disappointed. But I must not go. I have not the strength - at all. I must keep what little I have for the things it is my duty to do. I will be over at 10 o'clock. Please


leave your back door open and do not, in Gotte's Name, invite Miss W. in. I am so weary that I wish to go to bed.

Your own dissapointed Girl.


{Envelope addressed to:}

Miss Woolley

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