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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother, 1920 February 17

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Feb. 17.

Dear Mother,

I have been very busy all day (sleeping [two] extra hours this morning) and working on my history topic all afternoon. I [shall] have all the material now, but have to plan + arrange it yet. I have a lot of work ahead of me this week.

I am going to N.Y. Saturday - the snow is still too deep for Friday taxi + train. connections.

Must hurry to catch mail.




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Mrs. Marcus Aaron,
Hotel Royal Poinciana,
Palm Beach,