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Letter to her mother reporting that her paper for Criticism was put on the reserves shelf; and asking if her mother would send her 19th Century literature notes.
[20 February, 1935] 2/20/35 [stationary heading] News from Wellesley College WELLESLEY COLLEGE PRESS BOARD Wellesley, Massachusetts Release Wed. 4:25 Hello darling, Just finished a story to the New Haven papers, and a hasty hello to you. Let me know if you get this Thursday, will you, it going out at 6 P.M. No particular news, I guess, but just a few minutes before I have to go to Verse Speaking choir, and this piece of paper looked too inviting. I just had to spoil it. So hello. Miss Hart told me this morning that my Criticism exam was oup [mis-spelling: up] on the reserve shelf for the others to read because it was so good! Item...well, well, well. My, isn’t she nice? While you’re up in the attic looking for the Psych notes, if you haven’t already been up there, will you see if my notes on 19th Century literature are also there? I think I’m going to need the part on Words woth [mis-spelling: Wordsworth] for Criticism, and what Mr. Howard at Pomona said may be interesting. No particular hurry. Whenever you feel like getting dusty. How’s the wine? Hugin still prefer milk? Bless his preferences. Eh? Time’s up. Must fly. I go to speel off some spoken verses. See you anon. Loving you though. Ginger
Wellesley, Massachusetts; Schenectady, New York
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College student newspapers and periodicals; Department of English
Westervelt, Virginia Veeder and Wellesley College Archives, "Letter from Virginia Veeder Westervelt, Wellesley, Massachusetts, to Mrs. Millicent Veeder, Schenectady, New York, 1935 February 20" (1935). Virginia Veeder Westervelt letters (6C/1935). 56.