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Lee David Hamilton

774 Ninth Avenue
New York City 10019
212 • JUdson 6-5395

October 26, 1971

Mrs. Vera Zorn
69-37 175th Street
Flushing N.Y. 11365

My dear Vera:

I want to thank you, both personally and professionally, for your kind and gracious help and consideration, relative to The Paul Studenski Aeronautical Collection.

Your father's archives will be well taken care of while they are here.

Enclosed you will find the form that is used for collection breakdown, and which will be sent you in the near future, completed.

Please remember two things: (1) the returned collection sheet will differ rather considerably from the notes recorded yesterday, and that the enclosed sheet items will be expanded to detail (2) special listings of atypical items.

Items from the Brentwood portion of the Collection will be returned very shortly if it is found there is now duplication from the previous Studenski input and/or other collections.

And again, please be quite patient on the return of the items retained for full work and duplication.

And a special rose to your husband!

Kindest personal regards,

[[signed]]Lee David Hamilton[[/signed]]
Lee David Hamilton

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