fifty years - four generations of us in direct descent, have received our final education there, so you cannot wonder at the warm interest I take in everything that pertains to it. I do not know very much about coordination or coeducation in other institutions, but, from what I can gather, there have been found serious objections to it. But I do feel sure that if you knew as much about actual conditions at the University of Va, as I do, you would agree with me in thinking that it would be a most undesirable place to which young women should go as students. Hoping you will excuse the length of this letter, and with assurances of cordial personal regards. I am Very truly yours, John Tabb.