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(who was a classmate of mine at college and who has helped us with considerable information) I learned that you had collected and printed a number of letters from prominent people favoring the establishment of the College for Women. Miss Gildersleeve said that she had had a copy sent her but had mislaid it and suggested that I write you asking whether you could not let me have a copy also. Could you? I trust that I am not asking entirely too much of you and that it will be possible for you to help us at this time. As yet we have not approached the Legislature. Thanking you very truly indeed for your kindness in the past, I am, Earnestly yours Mabel S. Douglass (Mrs. Wm. S.)
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(who was a classmate of mine at college and who has helped us with considerable information) I learned that you had collected and printed a number of letters from prominent people favoring the establishment of the College for Women. Miss Gildersleeve said that she had had a copy sent her but had mislaid it and suggested that I write you asking whether you could not let me have a copy also. Could you?  
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I trust that I am not asking entirely too much of you and that it will be possible for you to help us at this time. As yet we have not approached the Legislature. Thanking you very truly indeed for your kindness in the past, I am, Earnestly yours Mabel S. Douglass (Mrs. Wm. S.)

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(who was a classmate of mine at college and who has helped us with considerable information) I learned that you had collected and printed a number of letters from prominent people favoring the establishment of the College for Women. Miss Gildersleeve said that she had had a copy sent her but had mislaid it and suggested that I write you asking whether you could not let me have a copy also. Could you? I trust that I am not asking entirely too much of you and that it will be possible for you to help us at this time. As yet we have not approached the Legislature. Thanking you very truly indeed for your kindness in the past, I am, Earnestly yours Mabel S. Douglass (Mrs. Wm. S.)