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Scrapbook of letters written by Frances Arnold, Bryn Mawr College class of 1897, to her mother, father, cousin, and "Minge," an unknown correspondent who is presumed to be family. The letters detail her time at Bryn Mawr College, her experience at French finishing school, and her life travelling in in France, Germany, and Italy. There are a few incoming letters, but the vast majority were composed by Frances herself. The letters begin with an account of the death of Dr. Rhoads. Arnold chronicles her study patterns, friendships, and family gossip.