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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, 1922 June 5

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Dear Mother + Father:

The heat this aft. was terrible - I could hardly study for Psych + couldn't - all eve. I am going to bed now - 9 o'clock + - and get up early.

It seems foolish for you to come up alone in the car, Mother. Why not let me take the boat or train - I'll get a lot of [touring] with you, afterwards. Somehow, it seems awfully "perstrava-gant" for you to come up alone in a big car, by yourself! Also, if we can gain any time, I could make it all [right] if we left Wed. P.M. Let me know. I'll be home packing tomorrow aft. if you want to call [me] up.

Hope you enjoyed your trip.

Your dead,


Thursday [ni/t]