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FIRE PROOF - 500 ROOMS.
EUROPEAN PLAN.

J. E. MONTROSE.
CHARLES McHUGH.

LEXINGTON HOTEL
MICHIGAN BOULEVARD & 22ND ST.
T. V. STRAIN, MANAGER.
HOTEL MONTROSE, CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA.
C. E. TAYLOR, MANAGER.

Chicago,____________191_

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Moisant
International
Aviators
U.S Rubber Bldg
N.Y.City 

Gentlement

I [[strikethrough]]thank you very much for your[[/strikethrough]] received your kind letter and I am only glad to keep in touch with you.
If you [[strikethrough]]shall[[/strike-through]] will expect an opening of employment kindly advise me ahead, and I am quite sure that you would find my compensation expectations quite reasonable.

Truly yours
Paul Studensky
Permanent [[adress.?]] 
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