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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1922 September 26

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Dear Mother + Father:

Was down town yestes-day aft. Am extremely busy getting settled. My trunks are here + unpacked - I just helped a man lay my rugs, + I just got my curtains up. how all is attended to but the [yale] lock. I think I shall have to invest in a window seat. it looks punk this way - also window shades. Had a letter from Aunt Bessie inviting me for [y kip]. I think I know who instigated it! As long as I'll probably be away with you the follow-ing week-end or the one after that, I think I"ll stick on the job. Will write a letter tomorrow.





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´╗┐Mrs. Marcus Aaron,
402 S. Winebiddle Ave.,
Pittsburgh, PA.