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Letter from Dorothy Foster to her mother, November 15, 1903
Dorothy writes to her mother about her classes (she likes the new Philosophy professor but finds the Poets course "rather stupid"). She describes an Alice in Wonderland-themed party and a masquerade. The hockey season is almost over, with just one match left. She quotes a few remarkable sayings by the Dean.