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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother, 1920 December 14

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1920-12-14
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December 14.

Dear Mother,

We lost 2-1, but it was a wonderful debate. But now that the strain is off, I feel my fatigue and I realize the huge am't of work I have before Friday.

Get Miss Alice for a few days if possible. I don't know what there will be, but you know how things always turn up. I wrote this in your pet class - shocking!

Love

Fannie

You asked about a yr ago about [Cuden]. My teeth feel all right, but he wanted to see them.

 


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