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^[[checkmark]] Dear Junior, Immediately after I wired you this morning I found that I had to change my plans and I can not get to Cincinnati until Monday, November the 11th. Ishall be coming over from Toledo and shall arrive there on Monday evening by the 7:10 train and shall be staying at the Sinton. As far as I know now, I shall stay there until Tuesday night or Wednesday morning, and I hope that I shall be able to see something of you. I would, therefore, ask you to please let me know by return whether you will be in town at this time, as otherwise, I may change my plans. In the meantime, with my kindest regards, believe me to be Yours sincerely, Julius Fleischmann, Esq., Winding Creek Farm Cincinnati, Ohio. October 28th, 1929. CT ES
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