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DECEMBER 10 1932

WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST
AMBASSADOR HOTEL
LOS ANGELES  CALIF

DEAR MISTER HEARST  WE FEEL SURE THAT YOU ARE NOT AWARE THAT YOU STILL OWE US THREEHUNDRED AND SEVENTHOUSAND FRENCH FRANCS OR AT TODAYS RATE ELEVEN THOUSAND NINEHUNDRED EIGHTY DOLLARS FOR YOUR PURCHASES MADE IN NAUHEIM OVER TWO AND A HALF YEARS AGO   STOP  WE ARE UNFORTUNATELY VERY MUCH IN NEED OF MONEY AND WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE YOUR REMITTANCE  WITH ANTICIPATED THANKS  SINCERELY

JACQUES SELIGMANN & COMAPNY INC
3 East 51st Street
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