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1895
field - all togged out for exercise. Saw the Law School, the McKim Mead & White gates and, best of all the stately old buildings. We walked across the common (where they were having base ball) and saw the old Elm under which Washington assembled his army - poor old Elm. It is almost ready to die, I fear. Opposite is the girls' house (co-ed annex) & gymnasium. & down that stretch we saw Longfellow's fine old place which is most beautiful - large & stately and surrounded by grounds & trees. The Charles River not far away - opposite. We saw the college boys rowing about in skulls on the river. Came back another way and Helen went to the station with us and saw us safely on the 4:15 train for Newtonville. Ar- riving there, whom should we see but Alice & Gurdon - who were in the same train - in another car! We rode up to Trowbridge Ave. with them, on a trolley car and found Newtonville & their home most delightful. Hattie
welcomed us warmly & Edith had gone for a row on the river - with banjo and "Ralph" or "Phillip" or someone. We

1895
field - all togged out for exercise. Saw the Law School, the McKim Mead & White gates and, best of all the stately old buildings. We walked across the common (where they were having base ball) and saw the old Elm under which Washington assembled his army - poor old Elm. It is almost ready to die, I fear. Opposite is the girls' house (co-ed annex) & gymnasium. & down that stretch we saw Longfellow's fine old place which is most beautiful - large & stately and surrounded by grounds & trees. The Charles River not far away - opposite. We saw the college boys rowing about in skulls on the river. Came back another way and Helen went to the station with us and saw us safely on the 4:15 train for Newtonville. Ar- riving there, whom should we see but Alice & Gurdon - who were in the same train - in another car! We rode up to Trowbridge Ave. with them, on a trolley car and found Newtonville & their home most delightful. Hattie
welcomed us warmly & Edith had gone for a row on the river - with banjo and "Ralph" or "Phillip" or someone. We

1895
field - all togged out for exercise. Saw the Law School, the McKim Mead & White gates and, best of all the stately old buildings. We walked across the common (where they were having base ball) and saw the old Elm under which Washington assembled his army - poor old Elm. It is almost ready to die, I fear. Opposite is the girls' house (co-ed annex) & gymnasium. & down that stretch we saw Longfellow's fine old place which is most beautiful - large & stately and surrounded by grounds & trees. The Charles River not far away - opposite. We saw the college boys rowing about in skulls on the river. Came back another way and Helen went to the station with us and saw us safely on the 4:15 train for Newtonville. Ar- riving there, whom should we see but Alice & Gurdon - who were in the same train - in another car! We rode up to Trowbridge Ave. with them, on a trolley car and found Newtonville & their home most delightful. Hattie
welcomed us warmly & Edith had gone for a row on the river - with banjo and "Ralph" or "Phillip" or someone. We
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