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May 5th., 1939. Dear Phyllis: I am delighted to hear that you are in town and would indeed love to see you. Why don't we have luncheon together? If Wednesday of next week is convenient to you I will expect you here at 1: o'clock - unless I hear from you to the contrary. Saying "à bientôt", I am, Yours very sincerely, (Germain Séligmann) Dr. Phyllis Ackerman, 277 Park Avenue, New York, New York.
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