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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1922 April 3

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[3 Apr 1922]

Dear Mother and Father:

I just put in a morning in the libe and shall return now for another four hours. I certainly am not spooky, Father. The only regret I have is that I didn't come back several days sooner. The ideal thing would be to have my three psych topics out of the way, as well as J and French Rev--then i could enjoy the spring.

Got a wedding invite from Henrietta Butler for the twenty-fourth, Monday night. I can't make it--but I certainly would love to.

Otherwise nothing new, except that I got a voluminous letter from Lucy this morning. She has broken her record.



Monday noon.