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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1920 October 30

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Dear Mother + Father;

Oct 30. I don't know what you are talking about in your letter, Father. I don't remember writing about being tired, but if I said I was, I must have been.

There is no change in the way I feel over what I re-ported yesterday. It's queer + incidentally, most uncom-fortable. I hope it's temporary!

I have been working all day in [libe] on loads of Eng. reading + a [fince] history topic.

Mother, I just this minute realized that Senior Parlor opening is next Sat. night + I must have an evening dress for it. If you won't be home, have Aunt Hattie send the blue or orange + orange stockings special P.D.Q. If it can't be let [it], send it as is and


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I'll manage [something]!


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Mr. + Mrs. Marcus Aaron,
c/o Hotel [Geaymor],
Atlantic City, N.J.