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To the Editor of the undergraduate publication:
This is perhaps the vaguest inquiry you ever received, but I hope you will be able to give me some information on the matter. Four or five years ago--it may have been five, but it is more likely four--there appeared in either the New York Sunday News or the New York Sunday Mirror an account of a bizarre party, carnival, or ball held by an organization calling itself the Harvard Literary Society or the Harvard Dramatic Society. It seems to me--though again I am not sure--that it was a ladies' society and that it was not connected with Harvard University. But I do remember that the party was of a very extraordinary kind. Can you give me some data concerning it? I should appreciate very much your doing so. Eugene Murray,
Prince Edward Island.
You are no doubt referring to the Boston Tea Party.--Ed.
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