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Thornbury, Zita L. | to Fannie Aaron, 1923 March 8

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March 8, 1923
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March 8, 1923.

Dear Miss Aaron,

I send you word to come to the office this afternoon but perhaps you found it impossible. I wished to tell you that Miss McCaleb and Dr. Thelberg have decided that your name may pass Census. I believe you are chiefly concerned in the matter of working on the debate, and I know you will be pleased to hear of this decision.

Yours cordially,

Zita L. Thornbury

ZLT/BQ Assistant to the Dean