Contributed by Kathleen Haynes
Contact Myrtle Bridges August 18, 2011
Jan 19 1903
My dear Miss W:-
Now of one thing you may always be certain: when a young lady is ashamed for the people of Morganton to know that she writes to
me - I shall never write Mrs Ross or anyone else saying (pg-2) that she does. The point Mrs Ross probably had seized on in my
letter was that "no one ever writes to me nowadays from *Dunvegen." It makes one feel that I shall be very wiser of a
stranger when I come next to Morganton to hear of all the marriages and rib - breaking trists fis-ticuffs & S.S. changes. I am
afraid that even the dogs will not know me because ... The next page is missing.
*The name Dunvegan is scottish Gaelic for "small castle".
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