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December 3, 1930 Dear Junior, Just a few lines to thank Dorette and yourself for your kind hospitality when I was in Cincinnati, and I hope that the next time you come to New York you will not fail to ring me up, as I should like you to have dinner with me. In the meanwhile, with my kindest regards, believe me to be Yours sincerely, ^[[checkmark]] Julius Fleischmann, Esq., Winding Creek Farm, Blue Ash, Ohio. CT ES
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