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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, postmarked 1922 May 20

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[postmarked 20 May 1922]

Dear Mother and Father:

The Junior-Senior party in Students last night, replacing the usual Junior, Senior boat-ride, was great. When i got back there was a note from Miss Hamilton, asking me to take lunch with her and a friend of hers today. I just came back. She is as great as ever. The friend was a Mrs. Hobart, whose cousin, Grace Sturtevant '24, was also with us. Now for some more good, hard work. I shall go with them to Soph Tree ceremonies tonight. Miss Hamilton will be here for several days.

I spent the morning in the libe. I shall be going full speed till Wednesday. We have a Browning exam Monday. I have some tall reading to do till then.