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Letter to her mother describing her busy weekend, including schoolwork, the Barnswallows play, the M.I.T. Prom, a trip to the Symphony, and a car ride out to Concord. Includes copy of Spring Informals program.
[18 March, 1934] 3/14/34 Sunday nite Dearest - Just a note - but I have to tell you what a grand weekend it's been. I haven't stopped until now since Thursday but it's been so very worth it. This won't be a detailed account - but suffice to say that even with a Music and an Ec. Quiz on Friday, to say nothing of a dress rehearsal - the Prom was wonderful. We got there in time, & oh - I'll tell you all about it when I get home - but we did lead the grand march - with a big armful of roses, sat at the President's table for supper, went out to breakfast afterward, & then to Jeanne’s aunt’s house to change into street clothes & back here for another breakfast at 7:30! Bed Till 12 - Tea dance from 2 to 6, back here again for the play, which [Page 2] went off beautifully - even I was complimented on my maid(enly) efficiency! The dance afterward, & waffles following. Then this afternoon - beautiful Spring day - to the Symphony & a ride out toward Concord with supper in an old 1747 house with board floors & fireplaces - & a white church nearby with New England pillars. The ride home most satisfactory - with my paper not done, Psych. quiz tomorrow & Ec. report yet to be finished - also very much tired - but I repeat, it was worth it - it was a weekend not to be forgotten in a hurry - & Stocky has been very sweet. I'll bring my diary home & details will be soon forthcoming, but I had to let you know how things came out. Thanks loads for the story & the Digests. You are so very grand to me - oh but wait - just wait till I can tell you so in person! Soon - very soon!!! Love && more!!!! Ginger
Wellesley, Massachusetts; Schenectady, New York
Arts, Theater and Music; Personal Relationships; Student Life
Dance parties; Proms; Barnswallows; Automobile travel; Men
Westervelt, Virginia Veeder and Wellesley College Archives, "Letter from Virginia Veeder Westervelt, Wellesley, Massachusetts, to Mrs. Millicent Veeder, Schenectady, New York, 1934 March 18" (1934). Virginia Veeder Westervelt letters (6C/1935). 66.