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Aaron, Fannie | to Father, 1920 April

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Apr 1920 [?]

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Dear Father,

I am [muchly percited] and thrilled. Why. didn't you say what train you are taking? I expected you on one of the morning trains. I am here for dinner with Mrs. Jackson + Cousin [Pauline]. I'll be over at eight. I can't sleep later, but if you want to, go ahead, because I have some work to do + I can do it then. Otherwise I'll find another time. If you aren't in the dining-room, I'll come to your room.