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February 20th., 1946.

My dear Mr. Parsons:

Mr. Germain Seligman is out of town at present, but I shall hold the little note attached to your check for the AMERICAN RED CROSS, for his return.

Meanwhile, on behalf of the Red Cross, I want to acknowledge and thank you for your contribution of $25.     An official receipt will be sent by that organization, directly to you, in due course.

Yours very truly,

Arts and Antiques Div.
AMERICAN RED CROSS FUND DRIVE.

Mr. Harold W. Parsons,
930 Fifth Ave.,
New York 21, N.Y.
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