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x April 18, 1930 Day Letter to -- WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST AMBASSADOR HOTEL LOS ANGELES CALIF DEAR MR HEARST WE ARE IN NEED OF MONEY STOP WILL BE MUCH OBLIGED TO YOU IF YOU SETTLE YOUR ACOUNT WHICH IS OVER ^[TWO] YEARS OLD THE AMOUNT IS ONLY TWENTYFIVE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS AND FORTYFOUR THOUSAND FRENCH FRANCS WE FEEL SURE THAT YOU ARE NOT AWARE THAT THIS BILL IS STILL OUTSTANDING THANKING YOU IN ADVANCE REGARDS JACQUES SELIGMANN & CO 3 East 51st Street Chge Jacques Seligmann & Co Inc 3 E 51st St
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