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Warren W. Hole
Fredrick L. Hole  [[/preprinted]]

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HOLE AND HOLE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
ENGINEERS BUILDING
CLEVELAND
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Mar. 5th 1914.

Mr. Paul Studensky,
1232 Oak Ave.,
Price Hill,
Cincinnati, O.

My dear Mr. Studensky;-

Referring to your letter of February 18th and your postcard of March 2nd, would say that we are arranging to take your deposition and possibly the deposition of Strassman on March 17th.  We have no further information to give you relative to the property of the Silver Lake Aviation Company aside from the fact that in our talks with the Trustee in Bankruptcy, Mr. Wilcox, it appears that after the [[insert]] pr [[/insert]] eferred claims are paid, little or nothing will remain to divide among the other creditors.

Trusting that Mrs. Studensky is in much better health than heretofore, and hoping that we may have a visit with you at that time, I remain, 

Very truly yours,
[[signature]] Fredrick L. Hole [[/signature]]

P.S. Let me know exactly at what day & time you will arrive in Cleveland.
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