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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, postmarked 1922 September 25

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n.d. [postmarked 1922-09-25]

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Dear Father + Mother:

[Trunks] aren't here yet. but I've about gotten an order as much as is here.

Loafed all day yesterday. It surely seems funny to be a Senior! Convocation was not a bit impressive, strange to say. Prof. [Nettleton] looks as tho he'll be very good. You ought to see little me in cap + gown!

Going to town [this] aft. I think.

I surely was glad to get in a class of Miss Ellery! Again - [alltho] I don't [think] I'll like Renaissance as well as French Rev.

send "Mont St. Michel + chartre" please. <[Dr]> in laundry first time, I'll let you know about the box later. Love, Fannie


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Mr. + Mrs. Marcus Aaron.
402 S. Winebiddle Ave.,
Pittsburgh, Pa.