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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, postmarked 1922 December 5

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Dear Mother + Father:

"Nothing new" meant no change.

I feel quite a bit better today - let's see if it lasts.

This afternoon there is a lecture on "Child Labor" by Miss Julia Lathrop - VC's most distinguished alumna

Mr. Kenneth Lindsay, of the Oxford debate team, will also speak [7]th hr. Not much time for topics.

I finished taking notes on my Ren. topic today. but I have still to arrange my notes + write the conclusion.