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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, postmarked 1923 February 20

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Dear Mother + Father:

I feel fine today. My cough is loose + my head is clear.

Dr. T. was just in. She was very garrulous. She says I can get up this aft. at 4 o'clock + sit in the parlor. Thrills!

Just discovered that the girl just came in this ward lived in Pgh. till last year and went to Peabody - her name is [Helen Morgan.] She had a sister in Pete's class who went to Wellesley.

C. MIldred Thompson has grippe too. so I'm not missing any Am. history. Dr. T. says I may be out tomorrow.