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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother, 1920 September 27

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Dear Mother,

I am eighth in line waiting (in a chair) in the dean's office, in the hope of having Spanish changed from 1:45 [on] Mon. Wed. + Friday to a morning class. Isn't that provoking, after the answer to my request? Otherwise my schedules good. I have lab 6 + 7 hrs. (to 3:45) on Mon + Thurs. Everything else is in the morning.

Convocation was not


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nearly as impressive as last year. Perhaps it was because last year was my first experience. Prof. Taylor, who was in Europe three years, delivered the address. Prexie gave his usual line.

My 3rd. trunk [has] come. The excitement of arranging schedules + getting to classes was very tiring. (Two hours later.) Schedule satisfactorily arranged. The reason they did not give me what I asked for (it was a little [inconvenient] for them to do so,) is that health is a [bluff] excuse for


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week-ends + she wanted to be satisfied that it was really necessary.

Just came back from chem lab where desks, instruments etc. were checked [we] have the famous Mr. Kilpatrick.

My rug came.

Janitor got me an iron bed. I knew it.

Please look + see what Ec books Pete has. If he has [Sebjmars, Jaussig, Seege, Marshal, Clay, <[Field]> Carvel] (please send immediately + let me know. Otherwise I [must] get some.