[Annie] Wanda [Muir]
[Louie S. Muir]
We girls have a camp by ourselves & have fine times together, Cora has found herself a fine walker & a charming [addition?] to the camp in everyway. Grace is cheerful but quiet.Do please write if only a word or two & let me know how you are & whats going on at home. Has my Polly [illegible]n report come yet? or any other college reports or news. Speaking about college, what do you think? yesterday we had a meeting of college women here in camp. it was helt on the top of a big granite boulder & there were 60 college women including both alumni & under graduates & representing about twenty different colleges. Twenty seven of us were frat girls. Isn't that a pretty good showing for a place like this & isnt it a fine answer to the people who say that college girls are weak & good for nothing generally, for there wasnt one of us that could not comfortably walk twenty miles, or if necessary do any thing that has to be08552
circa  Jul 5
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