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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother, postmarked 1922 May 15

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My last exam is over at 1PM Tuesday. I ought to be packing by Wednesday noon. if I work steadily. I'd just as soon leave Th. morning If you want, but I can make Wed.P.M. alright. Let me know what you decide - I am anxious to waste no time about the EM.D.s. so Wed. might gain a day.

Mother - this is very important - I swear it's the last book I'll ask for this year - send Hegner's "Animal Biology" in any laundry before exams, so that I have it by week-end May 27, 28. I must study for exam Fri 30 from it - + there is only 1 libe copy. If you can't get it, I'll buy one, but I bought another Biology a few months ago - and I can't use it for this exam.

Dinner last night very successful Love Fannie


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[This Side of Card is For Address]

Mr and Mrs. Marcus Aaron,
402 S. Winebiddle Ave.,
Pittsburgh, Pa.