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Aaron, Fannie | to Father, 1920 February 17

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Feb. 17.

Dear Father,

I cannot understand your telegram I wrote every day (special Saturday). Except Friday, when I did not have time, but asked Aunt Bessie to [drop] cards. Your telegram was from Philadelphia I did not know you were going there and I did not know where to reach you there, so I wired home. I am well, and exceedingly busy. I finished all my book work on the history topic today, and now have only to arrange it! Love, Fannie.


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