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W7304 TO [REV.] CALVIN MCQUESTEN from Mildred Brodie
Feb 22 1902
To: Calvin McQuesten

Dear Mr. McQuesten,

We are getting up a small snow shoe party for next Monday evening, and would like very much if you could join us.

We intend meeting at the corner of Victoria Avenue and Sherbrooke Street at eight o'clock. Then we will tramp out towards Kensington and end the evening at our house.

I am afraid this is a very short notice, but I hope you will have no other engagement.

Trusting that you will be able to come, I am,

Yours sincerely.

Mildred Brodie.

P.S. If you think your friends Mr. Johnson or Mr. Terry would care to come too we shall be very much pleased to see them. Of course if the weather should be stormy as we have had it we shall have to postpone our tramp

Yours again


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