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[postmark: WEST SOMERVILLE JUL 22 9-30P 1914 MASS][postage stamp: red profile U.S.POSTAGE 2 CENTS 2 cancelled]
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
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!
Charles E. Fay
Fay, Charles E. and Wellesley College Archives, "Letter from Charles E. Fay, Tufts College, Massachusetts, to Anne Whitney, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 1914 July 22" (1914). Papers of Anne Whitney (MSS.4): Correspondence. 676.