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Aaron, Marcus | to Stella, 1919 March 2

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My dear Stella

Only one round today - it was no good and I am tired in consequence. Your letter + [pk] came today. It seems to keep one busy no matter what one does!

Fan is banging away on her typewriter + is gaining in speed. She ought to be able to play Tuesday. Poor kid - you can imagine how she likes to be [cheated] out of her golf.


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She keeps [employed] + in a good humor. We followed a match for 4 holes today. That is all the walking she did.

I [heard] from papa today (L[J]A). Its colder but still pleasant. Is the medicine you sent "your cold medicine? Love from


March 2"