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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother, 1921 March 1


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March 1, 1921.

[Dear] Mother:

Your letter announcing your sojourn in bed came in the beginning of the 2nd day of [mine] in bed. I certainly had a time - Miss Smith had Dr. B. come up and she left some medicine. Either that, or the passage of time, has relieved me. I cut classes (4) [need] lab and just staid in bed since yesterday noon. It was the only possible thing to do. Am also having to cut debate tonight. I cannot afford the time but it can't be helped.

I continued my education this afternoon anyhow and read 3 plays of [Gabeworthy's].

Don't need the nightgown.




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