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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1923 February 21

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Dear Mother + Father:

I got up about 10:30 this morning + came to spend the day in the sun - parlor in Metcalfe. Dr. T. said I could go back to my room this aft. but I am so weak I told her I thought I was too weak. So I guess I'll sleep in the [Infirm]. tonight + get out tomorrow.

I surely am wobbly.



Wed. noon