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Jan 18 1920

Dear one:
I am glad to hear from thy
today's letter that thee "flu" cases are
getting all right. Here in town as thee
doubtless has seen there is a good deal.
It affects thee attendance at the school
very materially but I hope will not
be as serious as last year - the weather
has been attrocious and of just the sort
to develop & spread the disease.
Thank goodness it is growing colder
I was glad I have Nancy's letter
in addition to one which I received
direct - via Fred's apartment.

It is late & I must get to bed - so I will have to stop
this humid scrap - thine Milton

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Syeda Umaiza

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