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February 7th, 1944 Dear Sir: Following my letter of January 15th, 1944, copy of which we append for your convenience, I would greatly appreciate it if you could give me an opportunity to discuss this matter, which is of[[strikethrough]] vital [[/strikethrough]] [[^great]] interest to my firm, with you. Thanking you for your courtesy, Very truly yours, JACQUES SELIGMANN & CO., Inc. Germain Seligmann President. British Consul-General 25 Broadway New York 4, New York
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