[Annie] Wanda [Muir]
[Louie S. Muir]
next time we have anything of the kind you just must come. I met Dr [Jefson] at the tea and don't like him any better than I did before although he has been quite amiable to me ever since the Hittells did not come but everyone else I knew did. I enclose a scarf of the ribbon I wore Tuesday with my white dress, it exactly macked the color of the carnations and looks much better by gass light than in the day time Besides all these things that 7I did go to there was this week also the art exibit in the city, the reception to Mrs Hearst, a rally and the car[illegible]ot debate all of which I wanted to go to but simply could not find the time for I had to do some studying to say nothing of that ex in Political Economy. I don't know of anything that is going to happen this week except a candy full party here at the House next Wednesday evening I am very well and the weather has been pretty good08553
 Feb 16
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