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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother, 1920 January 28

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[Jan. 18]

Dear Mother, Your postcard from Charleston [rec'd].

I promised Helen P. to go coasting now, so I'll [write the] letter later in the afternoon.

The history exam. was very unusual + very surprising. Eight quotations from contemporary sources were given, + we were told to expound (a). the forces making for unity in church, state, + society as shown in them (b) forces making for [disruption] as [.. .. .] Ex-citing. The strain is over + I feel done up a good afternoon's exercise + night's sleep will fix me up. Father is coming back with me tomorrow night. I reserved a room at [Inn] Sons to [Sups salt].



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Mrs. Marcus Aaron,
c/o Mr. Phillip Hamburger
Hotel Royal [Poinciarca]
Palm Beach,