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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1922 October 31

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Just finished "Upstream." He sure is sore at the world. He and Pete ought to meet. There certainly is plenty in the book that is worth thinking about.

4 P.M. - Tues.

Dear Mother + Father:

Dr. T. was just in. She said if my throat was better tonight + tomorrow morning that I could go to classes tomorrow. She also said that she'd have let me go today if I hadn't telegraphed you last night that my throat was still sore. They brought your wire asking for an answer up when I was in bed + I had to answer through the infirm. That's what I get for being honest! So instead of dis-missing me she kept me in bed. She said that she promised you not to let me go until I am completely well. Is that so? I hope not.

I feel much better this aft. so I guess my throat will be all right in the morning. It burns terribly in the region of the soft palate. It feels as though a good treatment from Dr. Day,


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which unfortunately I cannot get, would first about fix it up.