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Aaron, Fannie | to Father, 1923 February 10?

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: vcl_Letters_Aaron_Fannie_1923-01_02_026_001
Dear Pop:

You will no doubt be in-terested to know that your little Earicklioo feels much better today! I had a good sleep last night + my head only hurt a little toda. The oculist kept us 3 hrs. + had drops in my eyes, all to find nothing wrong.

We are going to the Moscow Art Theatre Tonight - to show our Russian affili-ations! I was going to


: vcl_Letters_Aaron_Fannie_1923-01_02_026_002
read the play today, but my eyes didn't recover from the drops till just a little while ago.

I think the headaches must be due to indigestion., and I think careful eating + less rushing will get me over them, possibly with the assistance of some medicine from Dr. Z.

Mother certainly seems much better to me than she has for a long time. She looks very well and is much more energetic. I have a hunch this treatment has helped her - I hope my hunch is right.

We talked to the old man a few minutes ago. He and I


: vcl_Letters_Aaron_Fannie_1923-01_02_026_003
agreed that the elder mem-bers of the family, whose names I won't mention, have the long distance fever. How fast they make the 'pile' vanish '[thuswise]'!

Yours Truly,

F. Hamburger Aaron

Did Marse get a book from me last week? I sent him one. Give him my love.

Spoke to Aunt Bessie. None of them are going to Placid. Talk; talk.