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Letter from Anne Greene to her mother, April 5, 1903
In this letter, Greene writes to her mother about the class of 1905 putting on a production of Uncle Tomâ€™s Cabin. The letter includes some comical details, including a story about Greene going to Philadelphia to obtain 20 pounds of peanuts for snacks. She also helped her friend Louise entertain some factory girls.