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Aaron, Fannie | to Mother and Father, postmarked 1921 April 26

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[postmarked 26 Apr 1921]

Dear Mother and Father:

Writing on a Remington doesn't seem to [??]at all in my line any more.

I don't feel much better today. I got some pills from Dr. Baldwin which I don't expect will help me any.

Does the Doctoer want me to go back to argryol. R. S. V. P.