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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother, 1920 or 1921 January 31

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1920-01-31, 1921 [?]

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Jan 31. 1920

Dear Mother:

Have just been talking over our English course for two hours. It was quite bene-ficial.

Received your letter from Boston, also yours, Father, from N.Y. mailed in Boston. Am very busy with exams. Studied chem all yesterday afternoon, and forgot it all in a long sleep last night.

See you Thursday! Am very busy, as I believe I said before.

Lots of snow today.

Love, Fannie