Tag: Mildred

December 1, 1895

Dec. 1, 1895

Dear Mamma –
Had a fine time at Somerville as you can imagine but will begin at beginning. Maud Burroughs was going home then and I was going along with her so as to be sure of getting everything all right but she went at 12:19 and I couldn’t go until 1:49 because I had a class which lasted until 12:30. When I got to the depot it was crowded, certainly about 300 girls were there and what a rush there was for the train. Continue reading

June 22, 1899 (from Mamma)

June 22, 1899

My dear husband,
I am in Mabel’s room, the children have started off sight-seeing. Phil and Mildred will go to Beverly, and our children to Boston & Bunker Hill and to Somerville to lunch. It is a perfect day and everything is lovely here. Continue reading

June 26, 1899 (from Elsie)

June 26, 1899, [postmark]

Dear People –
We are having the grandest time imaginable. Something going on all the time – but you can’t think what a bother it is not to have a watch or clock. We never have the remotest idea what time it is. Continue reading