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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1921 February 3

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Feb. 3.

Dear Father + Mother:

I studied 3 hrs. this morning for my chem exam. I feel as though I'm going to my funeral this afternoon. At least there will be a large attendance paying me their last respects!

I may telegraph you in the morning, in case I should decide to take the 1:09. The 11:38 [may] be too much of a rush.

Please make a shampoo app'tment for tomorrow aft. for me. I need it terribly.



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Mr. + Mrs. Marcus Aaron
Hotel Commodore
New York.