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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1923 February 12

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Louise's note enclosed

Dear Mother + Father:

I am enclosing my semester bill. Please attend to it promptly.

I have another rotten headache.

Just when I made up my mind to drop Renaissance Miss Ellery stops me on campus to tell me I handed in a fine paper in Renaissance the other day! The fates are against me!

I heard 2 splendid lectures this morning by Judge [Horeuce] Allen on -Women and law- and -Women and Politics.-

Tonight I am going to hear Norman Thomas, contributing editor of the Nation, if my head lets up.

I am too discouraged for words about my head. Love, Fannie



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How is the enclosed note for gracious appreciation! I am going to send him my philosophy text-bk. for a joke - you can then return it in the laundry!

My laundry came.