Tag: Amy Cole

February 8, 1896

Saturday
Feb. 8 – [18]96

Dear Mama –
Midyears are such fun! I wish they came oftener (before and after taking). I passed in French, German, and Geometry and haven’t heard from English or Bible yet, but I know I passed in Bible, but am rather doubtful about the English. However, I shall know Monday. Continue reading

June 1896

Saturday
June 1896, [postmark]

Dear Elsie,
Line day is over and oh such fun. I send you a paper with a busy account of it but please be sure not to lose it as I want to put it in my memory book. We all wore white waists* with full skirts of cheesecloth, pink, yellow, green and a pretty shade of purple. They were about 20 yards around but were gored* so that each breadth at the top was only about four or five inches wide. Continue reading

March 7, 1897

March 7, 1897
Lexington, Mass.

Dear Sister,
I suppose you are thinking of me as in Lexington today, as there I am. It is such a pretty town and must be lovely in the summer. Grace has a fine new house – moved in since Christmas. We would consider the house large for a private family with library, sewing room, bathroom, five rooms on third floor, etc. but it is none too large for the family. Continue reading