Tag: Anna Wolfson

December 4, 1898

December 4, 1898

Dear Mamma,
Lots of things to consult you about and first of all about my coming home. I have a recitation Wednesday afternoon Dec. 14 the day College closes and so I could not possibly get home that night. I had suggested going and staying with ILA that night and then meeting you in Hartford the next day. But I now have another scheme. Continue reading

January 18, 1897

Jan. 18, 1897, [postmark]

Dear Family,
Our Mother Goose party was last night and such fun as we had! I found a black silk quilted skirt at the last minute. One of the girls happened to be in my room just before I began to dress and when I mentioned the fact that I wanted a skirt to complete my toilette she said that she had such an article. To my great delight she produced the same and ‘twas just the thing. Then I made myself a tall hat. Continue reading

January 31, 1898

Jan. 31, [18] ‘98

Dear Mamma,
Before I got your letter I had thought of finishing the doily* and had begun to work on it. I am glad you’re of the same opinion. You poor Mamma! I hope you liked the present I gave you. Christmas – not counting this doily of course. I will try to make you another one but do not want to make rash promises. Continue reading