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Tufts College, Mass

August 9, 1912

Dear Miss Whitney:

It is our present purpose to descend upon you from an unusual quarter (at Gorham) on Monday evening next, the 12th inst. Our train is due there, I believe, at about 5.30.

If it is not convenient for you to send your carriage, we can depend on some safe and sane driver from a Gorham livery.

I left the A.M.C. camp in the Franconia Notch this morning, desiring to attend personally to some matters here. Margaret stayed

only until Monday noon, then betook herself to Tamworth, where the majority of the family is now convened. I plan to go thither on Sunday morning, and start from there with Mrs. Fay for Shelburne on Monday noon.

I will reserve all other topics for more extended discussion in the days subsequent to our arrival; meanwhile in happy anticipation

I remain

Yours faithfully,

Charles E. Fay

Letter from Charles E. Fay, Tufts College, Massachusetts, to Anne Whitney, 1912 August 9



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