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W2803b TO MARY-JANE BAKER from her half-sister HARRIET BAKER
Jan 1 1875
To: Brantford, Ontario

[First Page of text is illegible and most of page 2]1

I do not know what to do [?]your characters
Writing...4 1/2
Grammmar...3 3/5
Philosophy...5 1/2
Chemistry...5 3/4
Astronomy...4 1/2
[?]...4 2/3
[?]...5 1/2
Frederick says he shall be [?] Friday. I do not know whether he is sure of it you know him after he didn't [?] me. He is my [???].

I remain, Yours Affectionately


1 Much of this text is illegible. For more on Mary-Jane Baker, see W2855. For more on Mary-Jane Baker who became Mary Baker McQuesten, see her bio by clicking on her picture at "Family."

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