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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, postmarked 1923 June 6

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[Addressed to Gale-Hall, Wernersville, PA.
postmarked 6 June 1923]

Dear Mother and Father:

I didn't get your letter with the addresses in time to write to Bedford, but there is nothing to tell you anyhow.

I played golf yesterday afternoon, and enjoyed it a lot, although it was hot as blazes. Spent all yesterday morning going through my old papers. Last night we enjoyed Sunset, the lakes, etc.--and were bitten to pieces by the mosquitoes.

Spent all morning today doddling over my packing. I'm so used to being rushed that I don't know how to accomplish anything when i have plenty of time.

We have Commencement rehearsal at 4:30 Friday and class-day rehearsal in the outdoor theater at 7:30 Friday, so if you arrive at those times go straight to Mrs. Green's, 18 Legrange Ave., and telephone word that you are here and I'll come over as soon as I can. Or come to my room if you prefer. Sam's room is Mullaly's. Mullaly said they have chauffeurs at the house every year, and mrs. Geen couldn't get him a room. The car will be kept at the garage of the house you stay in.

Hope you enjoy your trip.

Love, Fannie