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[postmark: WEST SOMERVILLE JUL 22 9-30P 1914 MASS][postage stamp: red profile U.S.POSTAGE 2 CENTS 2 cancelled]

Miss Whitney

Rocky Point



Tufts College, Mass.

July 22, 1914

Dear Miss Whitney:

I look forward with pleasure to a call upon you to-morrow, Thursday, coming down on the train that is due in Plymouth at 2:56 p.m. It will be necessary for me to come without Mrs. Fay, who has not for many months made a journey so far as to Plymouth's "stern and rock-bound coast". She is sorry for many reasons to forgo

this pleasure.

I hope the morrow may be patterned after to-day, which is surely one of the most beautiful.

Mrs. Fay and Margaret join me in affectionate greetings. Of course if you should not by eleven o'clock feel like receiving a caller a postponement by telephone would be possible. Absit omen!

Yours faithfully

Charles E. Fay

Letter from Charles E. Fay, Tufts College, Massachusetts, to Anne Whitney, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 1914 July 22



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