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December 6, 1930



Dear Junior,

The Harrington MANN will be over tomorrow and we are therefore sending back your picture to Mr. Siple at the Cincinnati Museum who has kindly promised to deliver it and have it rehung in your house.

I am taking this opportunity to thank Dorette and yourself for having lent your portrait which has been very much admired.

In the meanwhile, with my kindest regards to you all, and again thanking you for your hospitality to me when I was in Cincinnati, believe me to be

Yours very sincerely,

(Clyfford Trevor)

Julius Fleischmann, Esq.,
Winding Creek Farm,
Blue Ash, Ohio.
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