Sept. 18th 1887
My dearest Jule,
We are still unsettled but very much more comfortable than we were last Sunday, and not near as blue as we were then. Things dont [sic] look as dismal as they did at first, and I think we are going to be very happy when we once get acquainted and settled. Last Monday A.M. we went out to look for a boarding place but couldn't find anything at all that would suit us, and decided then that if we stayed in Hamline we would be better off here than any other place we saw. Dr. Brigd Bridgeman told us that altho[ugh] the Prof[essor]s were not told that they must live in Hamline, they were really expected to do so, and it would be a great
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