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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, postmarked 1922 January 26

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n.d. [postmarked 1922-01-26]

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Dear Father + Mother:

Spent from 5 to 7:30 with Pauline, Edgar, + Helen yesterday. That includes [dinneer]. I can tell you some funny things when I see you.

Pauline said she would call you up. [They] are going home tonight, leaving here 2:02. Helen has 2 exams tomorrow + 1 Sat. that she hasn't studied for!

I studied for [J] for 2 hrs last night. Came over to Metcalf - was in bed at 10, slept till 9 this AM. + had a delicious breakfast in bed. I have the room Lucy + I had Freshman yr- by myself this time. How I hated this place 2 yrs. ago, + how wonderful it seems to me now! I guess 2 yrs. have made some diff. in me after all - I amused myself in bed last night making comparisons.

I studied Psych from 10 to lunch time, + and am going to do [Sec.] this aft.

Will stay here till Sat. if they'll let me. Dr. Be gave me her address to write her about Phila. She's a peach,


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She won't be here next semester. Do you think I ought to send Henrietta B. an engagement-present? R.S.V.P.?



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