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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1922 January 23?

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1923-01-23 [?]

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Dear Mother + Father:

I had thought of calling you up the other day at supper time to surprise you, but the pleasure of speaking is not worth the annoyance of getting or putting thru a call in Main.

I have heard nothing from Mme. [Helaval] yet.

Once again I am in bed with a sick head ache. I got it right after [br...?]. I just have time for such performances now - but rather today than Fri. or Sat!

I am going to take a dose of citrate which I just got from the Drug Store. Hope that fixes me up. I am getting too many of these to suit me.





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Eliz. brought my drama topic back. The criticism was: "an excellent piece of work on a difficult subject." Coué + Coué = COUE!