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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1920 October 4

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Oct. 4.

Dear Mother + Father,

Received 2 letters from you, Mother, + 1 from you, M.A, this A.M.

We had our first Ec lecture in Assembly Hall this morning. Spanish still travels at the rate of a mile a minute. I certainly was strong in expecting an easy course. I have to read another [churad] book for tomorrow. Just came from chem lab + discovered, that we had not! Hurrah! I have to get up a 3 minute speech for English Speech tomorrow.




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[This side of card is for address]

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Aaron,
402 Winebiddle Ave.,
Pittsburgh, Pa.