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Letter from Dorothy Foster to her mother, February 22, 1904
Dorothy writes to thank her mother and the family for their Valentine gifts. She describes parties and teas she went to and gave, and discusses some clothes she needs to get before the Dean's luncheon. She will be retaking her German oral exam soon, and she enjoys her history class. Dr. Clark asked her to send her sketches for an exhibition, but she refuses, claiming they are not good enough.