No Class, 1913

I don’t know what Harold Wilson’s issue was but my problem is exhaustion and a really sore back:

Better luck tomorrow I bet.

 

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4 Responses to No Class, 1913

  1. Wright Moody says:

    Moving and unpacking can be exhausting and take its toll on your body! Take it easy! We’re not as young as we use to be!

  2. hilarysherredbobker says:

    Wow. I don’t ever remember seeing my grandfather’s hand writing before his stroke! What a treat! Thanks!

  3. marmer01 says:

    Because there shouldn’t be classes in May! Sheesh! That was a Monday, by the way.

    • There would be classes in May if classes didn’t begin until the third week in September. My first class was on Monday, September 15, 1958. That meant spending Christmas break finishing term papers and studying for January finals. Of course, starting in August was out of the question. Nothing was air conditioned except Anderson, Fondren, Hamman, and, later, RMC.

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