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May 12, 1914. Mr. C.C. Judge, District Manager, Riker & Hegeman Drug Store, 86th St. & Broadway, New York City. Dear Sir: I am taking the liberty of writing to you on behalf of Mr. Paul Studensky, who, I understand has applied to you for a position. Mr. Studensky was in the employ of this company for over a year in the capacity of expert aviator. Aside from his skill and proficiency in flying, he proved himself to be a man of unusual coolness of judgment and courage. He was at all times scrupulously honest and his loyalty to this company made many friends for us. Aside from the well-deserved popularity which he enjoys among those who are associated with him, I feel sure you will find him a man of superior intelligence and ambition. Trusting you may be able to decide favorably in his case, I am Yours very truly, National Aeroplane Company [[blank signature line]] Vice President. A.O.
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