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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1920 May 10

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May 10.

Dear Father + Mother,

I moved home today. I'll try it and see how it works.

I found a note on my door from Eleanor Wolfe - sorry to have missed me. It took a while for it to dawn who she was - but the address Park Ave., helped.

Nothing new in classes, except that I got C+ on that math makeup quiz. It's time for me to wake up.

Mlle. C. says she will certify that I don't need [a2nd] year foreign language. Hurrah!

I don't think those were the glasses, Mother. There should be 2 pairs specs. at home. Medicine + laundry O.K. Love, Fannie


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