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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother, 1920 February 8

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[Feb 8]

Dear Mother,

I spent about an hour with Ruth this morning. My work as her secretary begins today, and I am now in the midst of sending off letters and writing them for information. I realize that that is reverse order. I heard the President of Mills College speak in speak in Senior parlor this afternoon. I am going to see about my Latin tonight. I do hope she is home--I have tried three times today. I also went to see my faculty advisor. I put off writing to late to have a letter go in the night mail. I'll probably write a letter later in the evening, I have gotten no letter from you since the one of the third.



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Mrs. Marcus Aaron,
Hotel Royal Poinciana,
Palm Beach, Florida.