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Expresses hope that his parents have received his report card; inventories expenses; explains the place of his illustrations in the book [probably The Ole Miss]; apologizes for upsetting his parents by asking for money from home. Remarks that everyone is at church and the Little Dormitory is as still as a mouse. Asks about home affairs and includes endnote to Cousin Lily.
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University of Mississippi -- Students; University of Mississippi -- History; University of Mississippi -- Social life and customs; Church attendance -- Mississippi -- Oxford; University of Mississippi -- Students -- Yearbooks
James E. Edmonds Collection, Archives and Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries
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