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Title: Cousin May to poss. John McCarthy, unknown
CollectionNew Brunswick Letters
SenderCousin May
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
Recipientposs. John McCarthy
Recipient Gendermale
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Partial Date
Doc. Type
Word Count288
Genreweather, family news
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Tell me if Tom is to home well Johney I wish you could come in an spend the day with us I heard
Tess [Fox] was in Cambridge which is only about fifteen minutes side from here I have not seen
or heard from her It is beginning to look like winter now we had a little snow one day but
melted as quick as it fell we don’t have a very long winter here and I am glad of it you will be
[unclear] tired of my noncens but I aint got any thing eteresting to write you don’t do to much
flirting thanksgiving will be the 26th I a expect me will have a nice time my friend and I am
envited to Somerville to spend the day we may go if he can get away I wish I was going home
this Christmas I was up tt to my old beard boarding house today the girls were all glad to see
me that is where all us girls boarded before I went home I room in a [privet] house now and I
am lonesome of course Jessie is with me sometimes I think I would like to go back to the Adams
house again to bord the girls want me to well Johney I think I shall have to close for t this time
hoping to hear from you soon give my love to your Mother and all keeping a big share for
yourself from your true and loving Cousin May Same address write soon
I will give real ones when I see you
Jessie wants to know if you got her letter she also sends her love to you