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Aaron, Fannie | to Father, 1921 May 24

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Dear Father:

Busy is the word! I got up at 6:15 this morning to study. The chem work was right - the "alloy" wasn't an alloy - there was only 1 metal, so that means no makeup lab. Thank goodness for that!

"Thou shall take care of thyself." -Com-mandment 11.


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Mr. Marcus Aaron,
Hotel Iroquois,
Buffalo, N.Y.