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Aaron, Fannie | to Father, 1920 February 25

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Dear Father,

The reading of "Electra" last night was fine, ex-cept that it took up the whole evening.

I don't know what is the matter with me - I am not working nearly as much as last year semester.

I think the infirmary treatment is going to help me, although it takes two hours every day.

I had a letter from my Soph. friend at [Wellesley]. The [poor] kid certainly does dislike the place - and she is well, too. She wants me to spend a week-end with her. If I did not have to chase to N.Y. all the time, I certainly would. I'd like to see the place.

Made A - in the math quizz, That seems to be my standard grade.

[Zep] will be busy Friday.

Love, Fannie


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Mr. Marcus Aaron,
402 S. Winebiddle Ave.,
Pittsburgh, Pa.