Saturday, September 6, 2014

"Fun? Well Rather" The Diary of Virginia Clay McClure - part of the Sesquicentennial Stories Series

September 6, 1910

Arrived in Lexington about eight o’ clock, and came out to Patt. Hall on a “South Lime Car” Found Lillian, Edith, Lydia, and a lot of new girls. Went over to school and was 266th to register. New girls everywhere.

Went to 5:25 to meet Addie. Told her about everything on the way home, She spent the night with me, and we told over past, present, and future events.

Wednesday afternoon Annie, Addie, and I went to town on one of our old trips, and found Jessie Milton here. All but two of our girls back.

Professor Noe at right

Got out of physics, Physiology, and Botany by hard work and much wire pulling. “Juvenal” with Prof. Jones and “Psychology in English” with Prof. Noe have charms, and power to reconcile me to some undesirable things.

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