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Mar 6th

Dear Mrs. Sheldon

Monday Club with
a membership of forty
ladies passed a reso
lution at our meeting
yesterday to send a
protest to our Represen
tatives against the E.
Road going thro the
beautiful street and
have asked them to
use their influence
with others who have

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This letter is from the secretary of the Monday Club of North Adams, Massachusetts, and for the trolley tracks being laid to the east of "the beautiful street." Jessie Paul Goodrich, the author of the letter, tells Mrs. Sheldon that the 40 members of the club she is in have sent a protest to their Representatives about the laying of the trolley tracks. She says that she knows neither of the representatives herself, but that they know her husband. L99.127


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Letter from the Monday Club regarding trolley

creator   Monday Club
author   Jennie Paul Goodrich, Secretary
date   Mar 6, 1900
location   North Adams, Massachusetts
height   4.5"
width   3.5"
process/materials   manuscript, paper, ink
item type   Personal Documents/Letter
accession #   #L99.126

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