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Aaron, Marcus | to Stella, 1919 March 3

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: Page 1, vcl_Letters_Aaron_Fannie_1919-02_03_013
My dear Stella

This was a great day; I took a dose of oil last night with the usual result. I felt about 30 years younger. Wintringer + I played 48 holes. Fannie played 18 with us + played beautifully. [Believe] me that that lad will [develop] into a real golfer. Its a pleasure to play with him; with a little practice she will [gwy] anyone a good match. Before she leaves here, I predict she will be able to beat 75% of the 700 players here, men or women. Yours of Saturday came today. I am glad to hear about the half day rest. Keep it up + dont [overdo] the other half. Love + kisses - I just read


: Page 2, vcl_Letters_Aaron_Fannie_1919-02_03_013
Fan's letter. I cant vie with her as a correspondent.

Yours, as always


March 3rd