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Letter from Marie Litzinger to her parents and sisters, October 22, 1916
Marie writes to her family about how much she misses them and is looking forward to seeing them in 5 weeks. She likes her classes, dislikes hockey, tries to get a meeting with Dean Schenck and plans to attend a Halloween party. She mentions that the quarantine is extended - probably for "infantile paralysis" mentioned in her first letter.