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Letter from Anne Greene to her mother, January 29, 1903
In this letter, Greene discusses finals, saying that she spent 36 hours in the lab studying for biology. This letter also follows up on the Honor Code controversy described by the previous letter. Anne remarks that students were given colored exam papers, so as not to be able to cheat.