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Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her family Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her family

Marjory is glad the concert is over, though it was great fun. She writes about all the male guests on campus recently, rehersals for dramati...

Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her family Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her family

Marjory talks of writing to Freddie, visiting Miss Bradford as well as Mrs. and Miss Woodruff, invitations to her house dramatics, taking ca...

Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her family Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her family

Marjory is spending her Sunday in Amherst with Mrs. Hopkins. She enjoyed Edith Irwin's visit, and writes about the dramatics play she was in...

Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her family Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her family

Marjory writes that the play she is in, "Ralph Roister Doister," is tonight. Edith Irwin is visiting, Helen got into Colloquium, and Marjory...

Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her father, Thomas Gane Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her father, Thomas Gane

Marjory updates her father on her accounts and expenses. She writes about dramatics rehearsals, and enjoying her horseback riding lessons. S...

Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her father, Thomas Gane Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her father, Thomas Gane

Marjory thanks her father for the check, discusses her Christmas plans for visiting relatives, and writes about Gertrude's subscription to t...

Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her father, Thomas Gane, and mother, Sarah Jones Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her father, Thomas Gane, and mother, Sarah Jones

Concerning Halloween, the Adamowski String Quartet, and deciding on a Senior class play, "Foresters" by Tennyson....

Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her father, Thomas Gane, and mother, Sarah Jones Correspondence from Marjory Gane (class of 1901) to her father, Thomas Gane, and mother, Sarah Jones

Marjory recounts her visit to Williamstown, Massachuestts and visiting with Mrs. Clarke, an alumna of Smith College, and her family. She wri...

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