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[[preprinted]] [[center]] INTERSTATE CHEMICAL COMPANY IMPORTING AND MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS GALVESTON, TEXAS Monday, December Twenty-eighth, 1914. [[/center]] [[left]] J.W.JOCKUSCH,PRESIDENT C.A.WETHERINGTON,VICE PRES& GEN.MGR VICTOR H.DAVISON,SECRETARY R.LEE KEMPNER.TREASURER FRED SCHNEIDER,AUDITOR DR.I.F.ORTON,ASST.GEN.MGR. [[/left]] [[right]] CABLE ADDRESS ICWORKS GALVESTON LIEBER'S CODE [[/right]] [[/preprinted]] Mr. Paul Studensky, 2141 Honeywell Ave., Broux, N. Y. Dear Mr. Studensky:- I am very glad to hear from you again, and I wish to thank you for your rememberance and greeting and let me wish that the New Year may have all good things in store for Mrs. Studensky and your good self. I have received quite a number of letters from Captain Worden, and he mentioned your name in my last one from him, but I did not know whether he had seen you lately, however, as I may be in New York in the Spring, I will take advantage of Captain Worden and you to once more, talk over old times. Again extending my sincere good wishes for a New Year full of good cheer and prosperity to Mrs. Studensky and you, I am as ever, Yours most sincerely, ^[[?]]
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