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Letter from Dorothy Foster to her mother, October 14, 1903
In her letter to her mother Dorothy shares that she has been elected her class president, which is very exciting but she is dreading all the speeches she will have to make. She and the English club are invited to dine with Dean Thomas and Ms. Gwinn, and everyone is very anxious. The students are still not satisfied with the Philosophy professor but no change has been promised.