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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1923 February 3?

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1923-02-03 [?]

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[3 Feb 1923?]

Dear Mother and Father,

Henrietta made me stay in bed late even though I did not sleep, so we are just starting out now at eleven. We are having lunch with Aunt Laura at the Shelburne at her invitation, and tonight we are going to Mrs. Henastein's. We were there last night for a while, and then we walked for about an hour. It rained all afternoon, so we took a nap and then Lucy came down for the rest of the afternoon. Otherwise there is nothing new. I suppose you willcall up tnight[sic]. How is the treatment coming,?