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WHEN THE WHITE HOUSE GIRL WENT 'TO SCHOOL
Little Nellie Wilson Was Certainly a. Rollicking-Miss and a'Comic
"MpIUp Wilcnn TW fit-U Arrot '.
12 years. Address 50' Library ' Br " ' ( M
place,' Princeton, N. L. U. S.. flMK '" l
"Nellie" Wilson and One of
Her Schoolgirl Sketches.
North America, The World, Ther
- That's Miss. Eleanor Wilspft,
daughter of the .president-to-be.'
There's no mistaking her place of
residence. She locates herself
exactly. First you- hunt up the
air; then the world; then pick, out'
North America and spot the
United States. Go over to New
Jerseyj Iand'in; Princeton, and.
walk up Library place to No. SO &
land you- find Nellie Wilson'
.daughter 6f a -university presi
dent. " '
. You would have found her'
there-several .years ago?' now
'"Nellie" that was,vor Miss Elea-'
nor that is, studies in the' Phil-'
:adelphia Academy pf -Fine Arts,
5 Nellie-, Wilson's' biography
quoted .abp,yg-3vas written bjr her'-