Waterville, Sept. 25. ’90.
My dear Miss Coburn,
The enclosed letter
needs no comment of mine, but
I know you will be gratified to
see it. After reading and showing
to friends whom you may wish to
see it; please return to me as
soon as convenient. I feel that
it ought to be sent around to
those who signed the protest.
I want to write you at length
but lack of time forbids. Suffice
it to say now that our protest has
been very kindly received by the
friends of co-education. The en-
emies are yet to be heard from.
Write me soon and tell me
what you hear of it.