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Aaron, Fannie | to Father, 1920 December 14

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December 14.

Dear Father,

I [had] a letter from Aunt Bessie saying that Uncle Ike would meet me, if possible. If not, I was to take a taxi to the Pa. Station. etc. + [some] directly out to [Woodmere]. She sent a time-table ([Long] Island) She also said Uncle [Ike] had theater tickets - she did not say for what - and that they would see me to the train. You might [communicate] with them inasmuch as I would like the pleasure of your company. I had no idea you could stay over.

I plan to take the 12 M. special Friday. Possibly the 11:38, but I think the special will get in sooner + it won't be such a rush. The debate [was oreal]. We lost 2-1. I am dead.



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Mr. Marcus Aaron,
C/O Hotel Astor,
New York, N.Y.