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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother, Father, and Pete, 1923 January 18

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´╗┐January 18, 1913

Dear Mother, Father, and Pete:

I missed the afternoon mail yesterday, so I sent my letter special this A. M.--hope you will get it.

I have decided to do Leibnitz for my exam, and shall start on it tomorrow.

Nothing new to report, except that I have engaged the following at Miss Mullaly's for Commencement: a room on second floor with double bed and cot (comfortable--like college cots), a room downstairs with double bed (rear of house), and another room downstairs with large bed. It is the best I could get, and she assures me that they are quiet and comfortable. I had to argue quite a while to convince her that my family weren't keen about double beds. Does that suit you? R. S. V. P. There is another house, two blocks farther from college, where I inquired, but they too have cots. Personally, I think they are more comfortable than the average rickety bed. I engaged Miss Mullaly's definitely--tell me if they do not suit, please.

Love,
Fannie

Am going for a walk now--I have adopted the fresh air cure. This is the period of the year that I always dislike college. Without fearing exams, I certainly hate the pre-exam atmosphere, as it has been the last ten days. I went off to lunch with Hlen and Kro today, and it felt good to eat some food that was recognizable as such.