Elizabeth Wilson to Virginia Willingham Letter Copy, April 1904



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Wilson writes to Willingham about the Philomathean Society and mentions that they are changing their name to Phi Mu. She also writes that while other organizations are expanding, she fears the Philomathean Society is not ready to establish new chapters and that the alumnae are against expansion. In addition to the Philomathean updates, Wilson discusses personal matters and provides a lengthy description of the lecture the girls were given about "the dangers of dancing" and another about overdressing.



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