Tag: Mrs. Cole

April 25, 1897

April 25, 1897
My Dear Mamma,
O I had such a delightful time when I went to Somerville. Of course it rained Saturday so I had to hide my new finery under a mackintosh,* shelter my head with an umbrella and protect my feet with rubbers.* I rode in the barge to the depot so I didn’t get wet at this end. When I reached Boston I had to walk to the Hollis St. Theatre and this was rather awkward as I had to hold my umbrella, carry my bag and prevent my two new skirts from the damp. Each thing required a whole hand to see it and so I had a rather hard time. Continue reading

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