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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1920 November 9

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Dear Mother + Father,

Nov. 8 I heard about the accident at last. Lucy saw her father in N.Y. + he told her about it. You surely had a lucky escape.

I worked a lot over the week- end, and have a lot to do this week. It is the time of mid-semesters. You know what that means. Spanish [comes]Wednesday. Ec monday a week, and two topics due the end of this week. Also lab quiz today and French Shoe Drive the end of this week. Wishing you more leisure than I have,

Harrisburg [Jogo]


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[This side of card is for address]

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Aaron,
402 Winebiddle Ave.,
Pittsburgh, Pa.